Islam and Christian Theology: A Study of the Interpretation of Theological Ideas in the Two Religions - Part 1 - Vol.2by James Windrow Sweetman
Pub. Date: 09/17/2002
Publisher: Lutterworth Press, The
A ground-breaking four-volume study of the inter-relation between the theological teaching of Islam and the theological content in the teaching of the Christian Fathers and of medieval theologians. The first two volumes contain a preparatory historical survey down to the close of Christian ascendancy in the Near East, presenting the student with a complete view of the whole theological position as it was at the end of the period. The second two volumes then comprise a study of the subsequent medieval developments.
Table of ContentsIntroduction - Michael Root and James J. Buckley 1. The Unity and Trinity of God. Christian Doctrinal Development in Response to the Challenge of Islam - Sidney H. Griffith 2. Abu Ra'itah al-Takriti and God's Divine Pedagogy - Sandra Keating 3. Apology, or its Evasion? Some Ninth-Century Arabic Christian Texts on Discerning the True Religion - Mark N. Swanson 4.Christian theology in conversation with Judaism and Islam - David B. Burrell, C.S.C. 5. The Missing Peace of Evangelical Missiology. Peacemaking and Respectful Witness - Rick Love 6. In Search of New Approaches to Inter- and Intra-Religious Christian and Muslim Debates - Nelly van Doorn-Harder. Short descriptions of authors and editors. Index
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