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Ibn ‘Abbad of Ronda: Letters on the Sufi Path

By Ibn ‘Abbād of Ronda / Paulist Press / 1986



Ibn ‘Abbad of Ronda (1332–1390) wrote to his friends in Fez from the small Moroccan town of Salé. This volume contains selections of his letters, dating from 1365 to 1375, blending the lay movement of his time and the Sufi traditions of his past into a fresh spirituality.

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Key Features

  • A clear presentation of classic Sufi Islamic spirituality in an accessible form
  • Fully integrates and cross references with other resources from your Logos library
  • Useful for studies of comparative religion

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About the Author

Ibn ‘Abbad of Ronda (1333–1390) this Sufi mystic is said to have been an influence on St. John of the cross.