Islamic Interpretations of Christianity

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Lloyd Ridgeon
Palgrave Macmillan, 2000 - Religion - 255 pages
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Many books about Islam and Christianity are comparative but this is a work that gives the Islamic understanding of Christianity. Ten chapters focus on theological, philosophical, and mystical issues, which are as relevant today as they always have been in the Muslim-Christian dialogue. The book is divided into two sections: the classical and modern periods; thus the reader will benefit from a broad overview of the myriad Islamic interpretations of Christianity.

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Islamic Interpretations of Christianity. (Briefly Noted).(Review)
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The mostly Christian and British authors of ten fine chapters in Islamic Interpretations of Christianity have a decidedly less cheerful take on their ... article/ 57

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About the author (2000)

Lloyd Ridgeon is Specialist in Sufism and Professor of Islamic Studies, Glasgow University.

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