- Title Pages
Chapter 1Theological Speculation and Theological Literacy
Chapter 2The Simple and the Learned
Chapter 3‘Confusion in the Land’
Chapter 4Contested Truths
Chapter 5Power in Heaven and on Earth
Chapter 6Competition, Schools, and Qenneshre
Chapter 7Education and Community Formation
Chapter 8Continuities—Personal and Institutional
Chapter 9A House with Many Mansions
Chapter 10A Religion with a Thousand Faces
Chapter 11Joining (and Leaving) a Muslim Minority
Chapter 12Conversion and the Simple
Chapter 13Finding Their Way
Chapter 14Rubbing Shoulders
Conclusion:Dark Matter and the History of the Middle East
Appendix IApproaching the Sources
Appendix IIThe ‘Arab’ Conquests
- Works Cited
- The Making of the Medieval Middle East
- Princeton University Press
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