Review of Religions

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The Review of Religions (founded 1902) is a publication of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Community, initiated by Mirza Ghulam Ahmad to disseminate Ahamadiyya beliefs.[1]

It is distributed all over the world, and prints separately in India, Ghana and Nigeria.[2]

Objective[edit]

According to the magazine's website the objective of the magazine is to:

present the teachings of Islam, reflecting its rational, harmonious and inspiring nature. It also brings together articles and viewpoints on different religions and seeks to make discussions on religion and religious philosophy accessible to a wider readership.

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Also:

The magazine is devoted to promoting intellectual and lively debate that is based on respect for all prophets and religions. Islam repeatedly stresses the need to seek knowledge and The Review of Religions provides a unique platform for people to acquire, and share knowledge.

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References[edit]

  1. ^ Simon Ross Valentine Islam and the Ahmadiyya Jama'at: History, Belief, Practice 2008 Page 52 "In 1902, in an attempt to share and propagate ideas with people all over the world, Ahmad started a new magazine, The Review of Religions, 'to draw the world to truth - to teach true morals, to inculcate true beliefs, to disseminate true beliefs ..."
  2. ^ a b c "About Us". Review of Religions. Retrieved 2010-06-20. 

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