This is the second volume of this series to explore Muslim believing, expressing and living. As with the first volume, we aim to provide authentic, first-hand resources to use in the classroom. Our focus on 'Muslims' rather than 'Islam' seeks to avoid any essentialising of Muslim belief and practice, allowing for close examination of particular beliefs (e.g. angels, pp. 13-13) and attitudes (e.g. towards animals, pp. 14-15), and also opening up something of the diversity of Muslim voices (e.g. of teenagers, pp. 8-11; on being Sufi, pp.6-7: and the vibrant art of Teakster, pp.32-33).
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