Muslims in Dialogue: The Evolution of a Dialogue

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  • ISBN-13: 9780889464995
  • Publisher: Mellen, Edwin Press, The
  • Publication date: 1/1/1992
  • Series: Religions in Dialogue, #3
  • Pages: 564

Table of Contents

Introduction: The Evolution of a Dialogue
Muslim-Christian Dialogue: Muslim Perspectives
1 Islam and Christianity: Diatribe or Dialogue 1
2 The Dialogical Relationship Between Christianity and Islam 37
3 Interreligious Dialogue and the Islamic "Original Sin" 49
4 Mahmud Muhammad Taha and the Crisis in Islamic Law Reform: Implications for Interreligious Relations 59
5 Muslims and Non-Muslims 87
6 Possibilities and Conditions for a Better Understanding Between Islam and the West 111
7 Islam and Socioeconomic Development: Reflections Inspired by Mohamed Talbi 155
Christian-Muslim Dialogue: Christian Perspectives
8 Christian Dialogue With Non-Christians 169
9 On Christians and Jews...and Moslems 173
10 Toward a Theological Understanding of Islam 177
11 Islamic-Christian Dialogue: Approaches to the Obstacles 203
12 The Doctrinal Basis Common to Christians and Muslims and Different Areas of Convergence in Action 225
13 Christianity and World Religions: Dialogue With Islam 249
14 Hans Kung's Theological Rubicon 273
15 Christian-Muslim Dialogue: a Review of Six Post-Vatican II Church-Related Documents 283
Muslim Dialogue With Jews and Christians
16 Bases and Boundaries of Jewish, Christian, and Moslem Dialogue 311
17 Bases and Boundaries for Interfaith Dialogue: A Christian Viewpoint 327
18 New Perspectives for a Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue 345
19 Jesus in Jewish-Christian-Muslim Dialogue 353
20 The Quran and the Contemporary Middle East 377
21 The Lack of Jewish-Arab Dialogue in Israel and the Spirit of Judaism: A Testimony 389
Muslim Dialogue With Hindus
22 The Basis for a Hindu-Muslim Dialogue and Steps in That Direction from a Muslim Perspective 403
23 Exploring the Possibility of a Hindu-Muslim Dialogue 425
Muslim Dialogue on Human Rights
24 On Human Rights and the Quranic Perspective 445
25 Religious Liberty: A Muslim Perspective 465
26 A Buddhist Response to Mohamed Talbi 483
27 Religious Freedom in Egypt: Under the Shadow of the Islamic Dhimma System 489
28 Religious Liberty and Human Rights in the Sudan 513
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