With a concern for context and history, this major reference work presents key academic contributions
devoted to the study of early, classical and pre-modern Islamic theological thought. The aim is to
provide a balanced survey of the research discourses which have shaped study of the rich legacy of
Islamic theology and kalām.
Divided into three volumes and comprising over 40 articles, the collection includes an introduction
which provides not only an assessment of key discussions and debates in the study of Islamic theology,
but also examines significant developments in the field.
Vol. 1 History and Development
Vol. 2 Movements, Personalities and Controversies
Vol. 3. Concepts, Constructs and Themes