Encyclopedia > Ibn Arabi

  Article Content

Ibn Arabi

Muhammad Ibn 'Arabi commonly known only as Ibn Arabi (born 1165 in Andalusia, Spain - died 1240 in Damascus) was an Arabic philosopher commonly identified with the Sufist school.

He wrote over 350 books in Arabic.

He is mostly known for his idea that every living person must find his own way to Allah. This view is similar to that of the Gnostic Monoimus or the Christian Religious Society of Friends (the Quakers).

See Also

External Links

All Wikipedia text is available under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License

  Search Encyclopedia

Search over one million articles, find something about almost anything!
  Featured Article
Northampton, Suffolk County, New York

... census, the town had a total population of 468. Geography Northampton is located at 40°52'47" North, 72°41'49" West (40.879853, -72.696948)1. According to the ...

This page was created in 30.3 ms