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Remark comprendre aujourd’hui un texte arabe du VIIe siècle, qui reste aussi vivant que majeur pour plus d’un milliard et demi d’être humains ? remark respecter l’esprit du livre sacré des musulmans tout en le rendant obtainable aux lecteurs du XXIe siècle, musulmans et non musulmans ? C’est le défi qu’a relevé Malek Chebel. Après des années de labeur, il suggest ici une nouvelle traduction du Coran. Précise et respectueuse du texte sacré des musulmans, los angeles présente traduction est de plus fondée sur une connaissance intime de los angeles langue arabe autant que sur une services scientifique du monde musulman. Spécialiste incontesté de l’islam depuis un quart de siècle, Malek Chebel, auteur par ailleurs de vingt-sept ouvrages sur los angeles faith du Prophète, a en effet, dans sa jeunesse, appris une grande partie du Coran par cœur, avant d’entreprendre des études de philosophie et d’anthropologie. Conforme à l. a. culture du aspect de vue de l’ordre des sourates, du appreciate absolu du texte et de los angeles restitution du contexte de los angeles Révélation, cette nouvelle traduction du Coran est exempte de tout jugement ethical. Elle permet enfin à tous, érudits ou non, de lire le Coran dans son intégralité et dans une langue available, c’est-à-dire claire, concise et contemporaine. Pour ne pas alourdir le texte, l’auteur a ajouté des notes strategies au terme de chaque chapitre afin que le lecteur puisse approfondir par lui-même los angeles compréhension des versets. Enfin, sur tous les issues majeurs, le lecteur peut encore se référer au Dictionnaire encyclopédique du Coran, dont los angeles lecture est destinée à éclaircir los angeles totalité des innovations du Saint Coran. Bien qu’autonomes dans leur belief, ces deux ouvrages ont été élaborés de façon très complémentaire. Cette nouvelle traduction du Coran constitue un livre événement.

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He gave the former warlord families bureaucratic ranks and salaries for service to the government, after depriving most of them of their feudal rights over their own lands and peasants—most importantly the right to maintain a private army. He gave land and sustenance not only to all Buddhist orders, he protected the followers of the Bon religion, gave land to the Muslim residents of Lhasa to build mosques and allowed them to worship freely, and gave his permission and support to Christian missionary activities.

Especially since around the time he won the Nobel Prize in 1989, his general talks—on kindness, the common human religion, nonviolence, disarmament, science, ecology and the environment, and comparative religion—are better, more moving, more lucid, and m ore pow erful in understanding and passion. I can honestly say that I have never found a single one of his speeches to be mere repetition canned like a politician’s message. Though he has some main themes, each time he brings something new and fresh to them, such as another example from his ongoing readings and conversations, or a point made in a more T h e Da lai Lam a’s Roles and T e a ch in g s 15 compelling way.

It began formally with the birth of Gendun Gyatso in 1475, who soon declared himself the reincarnation of the famous Gendun Drubpa (1391-1474), and expressed the wish to return to his disciples at the Tashi Lhunpo monastery, which he had built during the last twenty-five years of his previous life. He was accepted as the true reincarnation by his parents, tutors and attendants, and was taken back in glory to the monastery. However, the ruling abbots of that large monastic university were clearly reluctant to formalize his recognition by handing the young boy the head position.

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