برصغیر میں مسلم سیاسی علم الکلام کے ارتقا پر استعماری اثرات اور تعامل بین المذاہب کے امکانات
The Influence of Colonialism on the Evolution of Muslim Political Theology in the Indian Subcontinent: Exploring Interfaith Interactions and Their Implications – A Literary Study
This research article based on three major elements. Muslim political theology in Sub continent, colonial effects and interfaith religious theological dialogue. This research article claims that there were lot of differences in Muslim political theology in colonial period. In early time period of Sub continent there was harmony among different religions. There were ethics to translate others. Politics and philosophy were under religion. In colonial period nations were apart from each other on the religion basis and Muslim theology was translated under modernity. So, responsibilities of Muslim scholars had been changed. Moreover, this paper belongs to different religious theological dialogue and its possibilities. Twentieth century is considered, the most notable era for inter faith theological dialogue. This article deals with a debate about boundaries of Muslim political theology with Christianity. This debate is also in West in 2nd Vatican council in the form of religious pluralism. According to this paradigm all religions are equally valid, In Islamic perspective Islam has supremacy on all religions and has its identity. But Islam does not permit any violence on religious basis.