Islam and Christianity on the Edge

Publisher : Acorn Press (CN)

ISBN-13 : 9780987132949

Page : 276 pages

Rating : 4.5/5 from 949 voters

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, addressing matters of theology, the encounter between civilisations and inter-religious affairs. Some of the most controversial and sensitive questions are considered, ranging from sacred text to the politics of multiculturalism. These are key questions for the 21st century, a period when Christianity and Islam are destined to interact more closely than ever before in human history.

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