So That Others May Live: A Fethullah Gulen Reader


Author       :Erkan M. Kurt

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Fethullah Gulen is undoubtedly one of the most influential Muslim thinkers of our time. His work and writings have inspired a transnational civic movement that advocates for education, promotes intercultural and interfaith understanding, and delivers humanitarian aid and disaster relief. Originated in Turkey, this “Hizmet” or “Gulen Movement” is active in more than one hundred countries across the globe. So That Others May Live offers a definitive compilation of Gulen’s characteristic essays. Some of them are available here in English for the first time. The rest have been carefully re-translated and edited, providing even familiar readers with new insight into Gulen’s most remarkable writings on faith, morality, education, civic service, and modern civilization.

Erkan M. Kurt

Erkan M. Kurt is a researcher at the Institute of Interfaith Dialog and an adjunct professor of Islam at the University of Houston. He has a PhD in Islamic Theology from Marmara University and a Master's degree in Christian Theology from the Lutheran School of Theology in Chicago.


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