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Christianity and Islam

The Struggling Dialogue

Christianity and Islam focuses on the infra-structural or basic issues in the relationship between Christianity and Islam.

230 pages | 6 x 9

Religion: Comparative Studies and History of Religion


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Table of Contents

Introduction
 
I. Interpreting Religious Interrelations: An Historian’s View of Christian and Muslim, by Wilfred Cantwell Smith
II. Islamic-Christian Dialogue: Approaches to the Obstacles, by Jacques Lanfry
III. The Doctrinal Basis Common to Christians and Muslims and Different Areas of Convergence in Action, by Maruice Borrmans
IV. Islam and Dialogue: Some Reflections on a Current Topic, by Mohammad Talbi
V. Christians and Muslims in Britain, by Penelope Johnstone
VI. Joint Catholic-Protestant Consultation on Christian Presence Among Muslim Filipinos: The Report
VII. Christian-Muslim Relations in Nigeria, by Joseph Kenny
VIII. The Muslim-Christian Dialogue of the Past Ten Years (68-78), Parth Three, by the Editors, Pro Mundi Vita Bulletin
IX. The Second International Muslim-Christian Congress of Cordoba, March 21-27, 1977
X. Christian-Muslim Dialogue: Colombo, Sri Lanka, March 30-April 1, 1982, by John B. Taylor
XI. From Tolerance to Spiritual Emulation: An Analysis of Official Texts on Christian-Muslim Dialogue, by Lucie Provost
XII. World Council of Churches Report: Christian Presence and Witness in Relation to Muslim Neighbors, Mombasa, December 1979.
 
Index

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