Khalil Andani Presents on Ismaili Hermeneutics (Ta’wil) at Quranic Studies Conference

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Reading Text through Pre-Text: Redefining Isma’ili Hermeneutics Program Unit: Qur’anic Studies: Methodology and Hermeneutics (IQSA) – Khalil Andani, Harvard University Isma’ili Muslim hermeneutics, known as ta’wil, is often branded as “allegorical” or “esoteric interpretation” (Daftary 2004, 2007, 2012; Klemm 2003, Wiley 2005) premised on sectarianism. Bar-Asher (2008) describes Isma’ili ta’wil as…

Video: Harvard Lecture – The Shia Ismaili Muslims by Khalil Andani

Ismailism Published on 24 Apr 2015 On February 21, 2014, Khalil Andani (Doctor of Philosophy of Candidate in Islamic Studies, Harvard University) delivered a lecture called “Shi’i Isma’ili Muslims: An Esoteric Tradition in Islam” as part of the Harvard Divinity School Muslim Council Speaker Series called “Diversity in Islam: Communities of Interpretation.” The lecture took…

Event: March 21 | Boston College School of Theology | Khalil Andani: Shared Theologies between Islam and Christianity

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EVENT: Khalil Andani: Shared Theologies between Islam and Christianity DATE: March 21, 2015 TIME: 2:45 – 4:30 PM VENUE: Nemaar Annual Conference STM 332 3rd Floor Large Conference Room, Boston College School of Theology, 9 Lake Street, Brighton MA 02467 Facebook Invitation: https://www.facebook.com/events/1609818429252277/ ‘God beyond God’ across Muslim and Christian Theology Khalil…