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The Muslim Jesus. Sayings and Stories in Islamic Literature

£24.99

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US. Harvard University Press. 2001. Hard Cover. Condition. Fine. Dustjacket. Unclipped and fine. Signed by the editor and translator Tarif Khalidi, and dated 2001

English translation of the sayings and stories of Jesus in Arabic Islamic literature. Traces a tradition of love and reverence for Jesus that has characterized Islamic thought for more than a thousand years. A valuable resource for the history of religions, the collection of documents show how one culture, that of Islam, assimilated the towering religious figure of another, that of Christianity. As such, it is a work of great significance for the understanding of both, and of profound implications for modern-day intersectarian relations and ecumenical dialogue

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Author(s):
Khalidi Tarif
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0674004779
ISBN-13:
9780674004771
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Harvard University Press

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US. Harvard University Press. 2001. Hard Cover. Condition. Fine. Dustjacket. Unclipped and fine. Signed by the editor and translator Tarif Khalidi, and dated 2001

English translation of the sayings and stories of Jesus in Arabic Islamic literature. Traces a tradition of love and reverence for Jesus that has characterized Islamic thought for more than a thousand years. A valuable resource for the history of religions, the collection of documents show how one culture, that of Islam, assimilated the towering religious figure of another, that of Christianity. As such, it is a work of great significance for the understanding of both, and of profound implications for modern-day intersectarian relations and ecumenical dialogue

Author(s):
Khalidi Tarif
Condition:
Fine
Format:
Hardback
ISBN-10:
0674004779
ISBN-13:
9780674004771
Number of pages:
0
Publisher:
Harvard University Press

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