In God's Path: The Arab Conquests and the Creation of an Islamic Empire (Ancient Warfare and Civilization)

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In Gods Path provides a thorough, persuasive and timely overview of this century of transformations in the history of the Middle East for specialists and non-specialists alike. ( Harry Munt, History Today)

Written in plain English, thereby enabling the general reader to become familiar with this significant era of Muslim history, and with numerous maps and black and white illustrations, this book is an informative and enjoyable read for anyone interested in Islam. ( Methodist Recorder, Simon Ross Valentine)

[A] splendid new history of the Arab conquests... Few are better qualified to write a history of the Arab conquests [than Robert Hoyland]... His book will surely serve as the definitive account of the Arab conquests for many years to come. ( Literary Review, Tom Holland)

Concise and clear, In God's Path is a recommended introduction to historical events about which everyone today wants to know. ( Times Literary Supplement, Peter Webb)

[A] useful guide to even the layman of how to understand what is now taking place in the Middle East, and perhaps what response there should be to it. Hoyland is one of the most prominent and able scholars of Islam, able to write in an interesting and accessible way for lay people ... [An] excellent work ... ( Anthony McRoy, Third Way)

Fascinating ( Northen Echo, Steve Craggs)

A fresh look at the Arab conquests and the creation of an Islamic empire in the 100 year after the death of Muhammad ( The Tablet)

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"In God's Path is a thoughtful and nuanced guide to an age that was far more complex than we might imagine from older accounts." --Philip Jenkins, Books & Culture"An illuminating, richly detailed, highly readable study of one of the crucial periods of history." --First Things"This is perhaps the best introduction to the Arab-Islamic Conquests available. Never before has this story been told on the basis of such a wide range of sources, as Hoyland draws discerningly on the testimony of both contemporary non-Muslims and of the classical Islamic tradition. The author's elegant style, fascinating observations, and sharp analysis bring one of history's great moments to life, for the benefit of students, scholars, and the general public. This book is original, authoritative, and a joy to read--I cannot recommend it highly enough." --Adam Silverstein, author of Islamic History: A Very Short Introduction"With its exceptional clarity, balanced judgment of both Muslim and non-Muslim sources, and a broad perspective that encompasses peripheral peoples, Robert Hoyland's new book provides an account of the rise of Islam that is as definitive as it is accessible." --G. W. Bowersock, author of The Throneof Adulis

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