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——. Abu-Rabi, I. M. (Ed.). (2003). “Nur Study Circles (Dershanes) and the Formation of New Religious Consciousness in Turkey.” Islam at the Crossroads: On the Thought and Life of Bediüzzaman Said Nursi, (297-316. ss.). Albany: SUNY Press. 

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——. Abu-Rabi, I. M. (2003). Islam at the Crossroads: On the Life and Thought of Bediuzzaman Said Nursi. New York: SUNY Press. 

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——. Ahmed, A. (2014). “Said Nursi’s Concepts of Education and Revitalization of Muslim Culture and Civlization with Special Reference to Southeast Asia.”Asian Journal of Multidisciplinary Studies 9.

——. Ahmad, F. (1991). “Politics and Islam in modern Turkey.”Middle Eastern Studies, 3-21.

——. Alatas, S. F. (2006) “From Jāmi’ah to University Multiculturalism and Christian–Muslim Dialogue.”Current Sociology 1, 112-132.

——. Alatas, S. F. (2007). “Justice, Balance and the Social Order in the Thought of Bediuzzaman Said Nursi.” International Bediüzzaman Symposium Papers in Turkey.

——. Akbulut Kuru, Z. and Kuru, A. T. (2008).  “Apolitical Interpretation of Islam: Said Nursi’s Faith-Based Activism in Comparison with Political Islamism and Sufism.” Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations 19(1): 99-111. 

——. Algar, H. (1979). “Said Nursi and the Risala I Nur an Aspect of Islam in Contemporary Turkey.” A. Khurshid and Z. I. Ansari (Ed.), In Islamic Perspectives: Studies in Honour of Mawlana Sayyid Abul Ala Mawdudi, (313-333. ss.). UK: The Islamic Foundation.

——. Algar, H. (2001) “The Centennial Renewer: Bediuzzaman Said Nursi and the Tradition of Tajdid.” Journal of Islamic Studies, 2(3): 291-311.

——. Algar, H. (2001). “Sufism and Tarikat in the Life and Works of Bediüzzaman Said Nursi.” Journal of the History of Sufism 3, 199-221.

——. Allavi, M.A. (2013). Seed of Change Thrilling Leadership Lessons from the Life of Bediüzzaman Said Nursi. Istanbul: Vakif Yayinlari.

——. Akhmetova, E. (2015). “Unity of Muslims As A Prerequisite For Successful Islamic Civilisation: Risale-i Nur’s Approach.”Proceedings of ICIC2015–International Conference on Empowering Islamic Civilization in the 21st Century, International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM).

——. Ameur, R. and Mermer, Y. (2004). “Beyond the ‘Modern’: Sa’id al-Nursi’s View of Science.” Canada: Center for Islam & Science, 2(2): 119-60.

——. Aydin, N. (2019). Said Nursi and Science in Islam: Character Building through Nursi’s Mana-i Harfi. New York: Routledge Studies in Religion.

——. Aydin, N. (2014). “Materialism, hedonism, spirituality, and subjective well-being: an empirical study of risale-i nur (RN) readers.”Al Shajarah: Journal of the International Islamic Institute of Islamic Thought and Civilization 2.

——. Aydin, N. (2005). “Virtue vs. Decadence: The Struggle of Civilizations within the Global Village.” I. Markham and I. Özdemir (Ed.), Globalization, Ethics and Islam: The Case of Bediüzzaman Said Nursi, (157-173. ss.). VT: Ashgate.

——. Aziz, S. (2015). “An Examination of the Dershane Phenomenon: Observations of Its Embodiment in the US and Turkey.” MA Thesis, Hartford Seminary.

——. Awang, R.(2015) et al. “A Challenge from Teaching to Social Movement: Bediüzzaman Said Nursi’s Struggles for Modification in Turkey.”Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 6 S1 (2015): 444.

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——. Brodeur, P. C. (2005). “The Ethics of Bediüzzaman Said Nursi’s Dialogue with the West in Light of His Concept of ‘Europe.” I. Markham and I. Özdemir (Ed.), Globalization, Ethics and Islam: The Case of Bediüzzaman Said Nursi, (89-98. ss.). Burlington, VT: Ashgate. 

——. al-Buti, R. (1995). “Bediüzzaman Said Nursi’s experience of serving Islam by means of politics.”symposium ‘The Reconstruction of Islamic Thought in the Twentieth Century and Bediüzzaman Said Nursi’, Istanbul.

——. Çoban, İ. (2010). Nursi on Theodicy: A New Theological Perspective, in Classic Issues in Islamic Philosophy and Theology Today, pp. 111-135.

——. Cobb, K. (2003). “Revelation, the Disciplines of Reason, and Truth in the Works of Said Nursi and Paul Tillich.”Islam at the Crossroads: On the Life and Thought of Bediuzzaman Said Nursi, pp.129-150.

——. Commins, D. (1991). “Şerif Mardin, Religion and Social Change in Modern Turkey: The Case of Bediüzzaman Said Nursi (SUNY Series in Near Eastern Studies)(Albany: State Univeristy of New York, 1989). Pp. 276.”International Journal of Middle East Studies 04, 630-632.

——. Coruh, H. (2017). “Tradition, Reason, and Qur’anic Exegesis in the Modern Period: The Hermeneutics of Said Nursi.” Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations. 28(1)

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——. Dogan, S. (2014). “The Influence of Modern Science on Bediuzzaman Said Nursi’s Thinking.”Islamic Sciences 1, 3.

——. Dumont, P. (1986). “Disciples of Light: The Nurju Movement in Turkey.”  UK: Central Asian Survey, 5(2): 33-60.

——. Eickelman, D. F. (2003).“Qur’anic Commentary, Public Space, and Religious Intellectuals in the Writings of Said Nursi.” I. M. Abu-Rabi (Ed.), Islam at the Crossroads: On the Thought and Life of Bediüzzaman Said Nursi, (51-60. ss.). Albany: SUNY Press. 

——. Godlas, A.(2008). “A Religiological Analysis of Nursi’s View of Sufism Expressed in the ‘Nine Allusions’(Telvihât-ı Tis’a) of the Risale-i Nur.” Islam and Christian Muslim Relations 1: 39-52.

——. Griffith, S. H. (2008). “Bediüzzaman Said Nursi and Louis Massignon in Pursuit of God’s Word:  A Muslim and a Christian on the Straight Path.”Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations 1: 5-16.

——. Haddad, Y. Y. (1999). “Ghurba As Paradıgm For Muslim Life: A Risale‐i Nur Worldview.” The Muslim World 3‐4: 297-313.

——. Harb, M. (2010). “Bediüzzaman Said Nursi: The middle east question in the light of his cause, universality and understanding of Jihad.” (2010).

——. Hermansen, M. (2008). “Faith Development and Spiritual Maturation in the Works of Said Nursi.” I. M. Abu-Rabi (Ed.), In Spiritual Dimensions of Bediuzzaman Said Nursi’s Risale-I Nur, (81-102. ss.). Albany: State University of New York press.

——. Hirtenstein, S. (2008). “Visions of Plurality in Unity, Said Nursi, Muhyiddin Ibn Arabi, and the Question of the Unity of Being.” I. M. Abu-Rabi (Ed.), In Spiritual Dimensions of Bediuzzaman Said Nursi’s Risale-i Nur, (287-310. ss.). Albany: State University of New York press.

——. Horkuc H. (2004). Said Nursi’s Ideal for Human Society: Moral and Social Reform in the Risale-I Nur. UK: University of Durham.

——. Horkuc, H. (Ed.). (2015). The Perspective of Bediuzzaman Said Nursi: God, Man, and Mortality. Clifton, NJ: Tughra Books.

——. Horkuc, H. (2002). “New Muslim discourses on pluralism in the postmodern age: Nursi on religious pluralism and tolerance.” American journal of Islamic social sciences. 2: 68-86.

——. Kamaruzaman, Y., Yilmaz, O. and Ebrahimi, M. (2014). Transition in Turkey: An overview of Bediüzzaman Said Nursi, His Life and Works for Medresetü’z-Zehra. International Journal of West Asian Studies. 5(2): 67-77. DOI: 10.5895  Kamaruzaman, Y.(2016). et al. “Philosophy and Functional Structure of Medresetü’z-Zehra: A Study on Bediüzzaman Said Nursi.”Mediterranean Journal of Social Sciences 1 S1: 36.

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