- Häftad (Paperback / softback)
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- University of California Press
- Renard, George
- 222 x 152 x 25 mm
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- 476 g
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Islam and Christianity
Theological Themes in Comparative Perspective
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"Perfectly functional, remarkably insightful, and a little bit controversial." American Theological Inquiry "Without glossing over fundamental differences between Christianity and Islam ... Renard shows how the reality has often been more nuanced." Times Literary Supplement (TLS) "Outstanding Academic Title for 2011... Highly recommended." -- P. S. Spalding Choice "One of the best books available for use in courses comparing Muslim and Christian thought." Journal Of Islamic Studies "Written with sensitivity and beauty." -- Matthew Friedman, Asbury Theological Seminary Religious Studies Review "Renard has a good grasp on what is important, foundational, and formative across a multitude of disciplines in both religious traditions." State Of Formation "John Renard offers, in this beautiful book, a new contribution in the field of comparative study of Christianity and Islam." -- John Loboka Morris Islamochristiana
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John Renard is Professor of Theological Studies at Saint Louis University. His many books include Seven Doors to Islam: Spirituality and the Religious Life of Muslims, Windows on the House of Islam, Friends of God: Islamic Images of Piety, Commitment, and Servanthood, and Tales of God's Friends: Islamic Hagiography in Translation, all from UC Press.
Preface Prologue: Christian-Muslim Theological Dialogue in Retrospect Introduction: Theological Themes and Subdisciplines Part I. Historical Dimensions: Interpreting God's Communication and Divine Engagement in Time and Space 1. Sacred Sources and Community Origins 2. Development and Spread Part II. Creedal Dimensions: Faith and the Development of Theology as a Religious Discipline 3. From Story to Creed 4. The Emergence of Theological Disciplines Part III. Institutional Dimensions: The Structures of Theologically Grounded Community 5. Beneath the Brick and Mortar 6. Institutions in Action Part IV. Ethical and Spiritual Dimensions: Mapping Outward and Inward Journeys of Faith 7. Sources, Methods, and Social Values in Theological Ethics 8. Sources and Models in Traditions of Spirituality 9. Themes in Prayer and Mystical Theology Epilogue: Reflections on the Prospects for Christian-Muslim Theological Dialogue Notes Theological Glossary Selected Bibliography General Index Index of Biblical and Qur'anic Citations