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Much was said and done however the author falls short on many grounds, the arguments are neither thorough nor convincing enough, I feel the central thesis remains outstanding Having said that this is a well written piece, reads well and is not completely devoid of good passages and insights However, it remains incomplete, a better job could have been made in linking theological schools to practical implications the reader is left to grapple with these ideas and make the final connections. [[ DOWNLOAD E-PUB ]] ⇳ Theology and Creed in Sunni Islam: The Muslim Brotherhood, Ash'arism, and Political Sunnism ☜ The history of Sunni theology is little known, but the impact of its demise has profoundly shaped modern Islam This book explores the correlation between anti theological thought and the rise of Islamism in the twentieth century by examining Egypt s Muslim Brotherhood and the leadership of Umar al Tilmisani dThe sociopolitical implications of anti theological creedalism and its postcolonial intermarriage with the modern nation state are also analyzed Ultimately, this study seeks to know whether a revival of Sunni theology, as a rational discourse on religion, can dilute the absolutism of increasingly pervasive Islamist thought in the contemporary Muslim world I ve completely revised this review because frankly the harshness of my original review wasn t worth it, not here I also made a mistake as was brought to my attention and would like to remove it I ll leave it at this I find great fault with any analysis of Ash ari and Maturidi theology built primarily almost exclusively from theological works in translation, which is severely limiting, that s Chapter 1 and I strongly disagree with his idea of the demise of Ilm al Kalam the thesis of I ve completely revised this review because frankly the harshness of my original review wasn t worth it, not here I also made a mistake as was brought to my attention and would like to remove it I ll leave it at this I find great fault with any analysis of Ash ari and Maturidi theology built primarily almost exclusively from theological works in translation, which is severely limiting, that s Chapter 1 and I strongly disagree with his idea of the demise of Ilm al Kalam the thesis of Chapter 2 In the end I did not find the book convincing despite its bold claims, interesting as they may haven been