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Bärbel Beinhauer-Köhler, Fātima bint Muhammad: Metamorphosen einer frühislamischen Frauengestalt

Bärbel Beinhauer-Köhler, Fātima bint Muhammad: Metamorphosen einer frühislamischen Frauengestalt neither prophets nor apostles as far as the Qur’an was concerned, though all of them were later considered prophets by some of the universal historians of Islam. 37 It is clear that none of these criteria can be positively substantiated by Qur’anic prooftexts. 38 Ibn al-fiArabı, Futü˛t al-Makkiyya (Cairo, 1911 edn), vol. 2, pp. 246–60. 39 Ibn al-fiArabı, Fußüß, pp. 134–5, translated in Elmore, Islamic Sainthood, pp. 155–6. 40 See Ibn al-fiArabı, Fußüß, p. 135, and Elmore, Islamic Sainthood, p. 156; and cf. Ibn al-fiArabı, Futü˛t, vol. 2, p. 252, l. 31–4. 41 Ibn al-fiArabı, Futü˛t, vol. 3, p. 285, l. 34–5. 42 Ibn al-fiArabı, Futü˛t, vol. 2, p. 256, l. 35. 43 Ibn al-fiArabı, Fußüß, p. 62, translated in Elmore, Islamic Sainthood, p. 46. 44 Namely, of course, MuË›ammad, who is designated ‘the seal of the prophets’ (khtam alnabiyyın) in Q. 33:40. 45 Ibn al-fiArabı Fußüß, p. 64, and Elmore, Islamic Sainthood, pp. 147–8. 46 The actual identity of the Seal of sainthood (viz. Jesus son of Mary and Ibn al-fiArabı himself) does not concern us here, if only because that datum is not expressly revealed in the Fußüß al-Ë›ikam. For two different views of this subject http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Journal of Qur'anic Studies Edinburgh University Press

Bärbel Beinhauer-Köhler, Fātima bint Muhammad: Metamorphosen einer frühislamischen Frauengestalt

Journal of Qur'anic Studies , Volume 7 (1): 97 – Apr 1, 2005

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neither prophets nor apostles as far as the Qur’an was concerned, though all of them were later considered prophets by some of the universal historians of Islam. 37 It is clear that none of these criteria can be positively substantiated by Qur’anic prooftexts. 38 Ibn al-fiArabı, Futü˛t al-Makkiyya (Cairo, 1911 edn), vol. 2, pp. 246–60. 39 Ibn al-fiArabı, Fußüß, pp. 134–5, translated in Elmore, Islamic Sainthood, pp. 155–6. 40 See Ibn al-fiArabı, Fußüß, p. 135, and Elmore, Islamic Sainthood, p. 156; and cf. Ibn al-fiArabı, Futü˛t, vol. 2, p. 252, l. 31–4. 41 Ibn al-fiArabı, Futü˛t, vol. 3, p. 285, l. 34–5. 42 Ibn al-fiArabı, Futü˛t, vol. 2, p. 256, l. 35. 43 Ibn al-fiArabı, Fußüß, p. 62, translated in Elmore, Islamic Sainthood, p. 46. 44 Namely, of course, Mu˛ammad, who is designated ‘the seal of the prophets’ (khtam alnabiyyın) in Q. 33:40. 45 Ibn al-fiArabı Fußüß, p. 64, and Elmore, Islamic Sainthood, pp. 147–8. 46 The actual identity of the Seal of sainthood (viz. Jesus son of Mary and Ibn al-fiArabı himself) does not concern us here, if only because that datum is not expressly revealed in the Fußüß al-˛ikam. For two different views of this subject

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Journal of Qur'anic StudiesEdinburgh University Press

Published: Apr 1, 2005

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