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a philosophy developed by Arab scholars was the belief that god's love can be found through a personal relationship with god. This philosophy is called A) Islam B) Sufism C) Buddhism D) poltheism
A philosophy developed by Arab scholars was the belief that God's love can be found through a personal relationship with God. This philosophy is called Islam.
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A philosophy developed by Arab scholars was the belief that God's love can be found through a personal relationship with God. This philosophy is called Islam.



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