This syllabus will contemplate the history and culture of Islam and key figures in the confidence. They will also examine and ponder various concentrates of religious messages and have the opportunity to consider how messages identify with how Muslims think and act in regular daily existence today. The content is organized in four sections in the prospectus to mirror the various accentuations in the appraisal. However, students will be looking at Islam from a historical, social and scholarly viewpoint and accepting the open door to talk about, reflect and weigh up the effect of the writings in various scenarios.
|Category:||HUMANITIES & SOCIAL SCIENCES|
|Past Papers:||2017 nov to 2019 nov|
|Guide:||Syllabus, Specimen, Guide and other|
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