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eBook Christians And Muslims ePub

by Riddell Peter.

  • ISBN: 1844740609
  • Category: Theology
  • Subcategory: Bibles
  • Author: Riddell Peter.
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Inter Varsity Press (2004)
  • ePub book: 1204 kb
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Authors Peter G. Riddell and Peter Cotterell draw from sources such as the Qur'an, early Christian . Australian National University) is Director of the Centre for Islamic Studies and Muslim-Christian Relations at London Bible College.

Authors Peter G. Riddell and Peter Cotterell draw from sources such as the Qur'an, early Christian chronicles of the Crusades, and contemporary Muslim and non-Muslim writings. They move beyond the stereotypes of Muhammad-both idealized and negative-and argue against the myth that relatively recent events in the Middle East are the only cause for the clash between Islam and the West.

Riddell and Cotterell ask the non-Muslim world to attempt to understand Islam from the perspective of Muslims and to acknowledge past mistakes

Riddell and Cotterell ask the non-Muslim world to attempt to understand Islam from the perspective of Muslims and to acknowledge past mistakes. Islam in Context will appeal to all those who are interested in an alternative to the easily packaged descriptions of the relationship between Islam and the West.

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The relationship between Christianity and Islam is complex. This collection of essays by scholars and human rights activists engages with some of the most pressing issues in Christian-Muslim relations.

Christians and Muslims have been interacting to varying degrees in Southeast Asia since the fifteenth century. The formative phase of the relationship between the two drew to some extent on attitudes inherited from other regions and other eras. The formative phase of the relationship between the two drew to some extent on attitudes inherited from other regions and other eras View.

Muslims, Christians, and Jesus: Gaining Understanding and Building . Author: Peter G. Riddell and Peter Cotterell. This book is a must for anyone looking for a highly readable, balanced, scholarly overview of the history of Islam and its current manifestations.

Muslims, Christians, and Jesus: Gaining Understanding and Building Relationships by Carl Medearis. Comparing the Qur’an and the Bible: What They Really Say about Jesus, Jihad, and More by Rick Richter. Claiming Abraham: Reading the Bible and the Qur’an Side by Side by Michael Lodahl. Publication Date: 2003.

Peter G. Riddel is Senior Lecturer in Islamic Studies and Linguistics, and Director of the Centre for Islamic Studies and Muslim-Christian Relations, at the London Bible College (Brunel University). thesis was published as Transferring a Tradition (Berkeley, 1990: Centers for South and Southeast Asian Studies, University of California). He is currently preparing a book on the sources and development of Islamic thought in the Malay-Indonesian world c1300-c1990.

Chris Riddell, OBE (/rɪdˈɛl/ rid-EL) (born 13 April 1962) is a British illustrator and occasional writer of children's books and a political cartoonist for the Observer. He has won three Kate Greenaway Medals, the British librarians' annual award for the best-illustrated children's book, and two of his works were commended runners-up, a distinction dropped after 2002. Books that he wrote or illustrated have won three Nestlé Smarties Book Prizes and have been silver or bronze runners-up four times

Christian-Muslim Relations 1500-1900 (CMR1900) traces the history of relations between the followers of the world’s two most populous religions in the early modern and modern period.

Christian-Muslim Relations 1500-1900 (CMR1900) traces the history of relations between the followers of the world’s two most populous religions in the early modern and modern period.