عنوان مقاله [English]
Mosque, Mirror of Islam (1985) is one of the most comprehensive and important books of the famous French philosopher Roger Garaudy on Islamic art and architecture and the mosques of the Islamic world, in the position of the full manifestation of Islamic beliefs. The characteristics of this book have given it a special and unique place in such researchs. However, this work, like many other works, is not free from ambiguities and content criticism. The present study intends to study and critique the content of the book through descriptive-analytical methods and documentary studies. The results of this study emphasize on the richness of the book in observing and interpreting details, and trying to explain the Islamic art in line with the concepts of the Holy Bible of Islam, the Quran, and also provide reviews in various sections of the book, and open new perspectives in the mind of the reader towards its chapters.