Published September 2002
by Orchard Academic .
Written in English
|Contributions||Edward Kessler (Editor), Judy Banki (Editor), John Pawlikowski (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||308|
out of 5 stars Jews and Christians: People of God Reviewed in the United States on Jews and Christians: People of God, edited by Carl E. Braaten and Robert W. Jenson, is a compilation of eight essay's by various authors (both Jews and Christians) written in the interest of Jewish and Christian Dialogue/5(3). Muslims, Christians and Jews do all worship the same complex God. Yet, in spite of this, all believe that their religion contains the full Author: Philip C. Almond. Get this from a library! Abraham's children: Jews, Christians, and Muslims in conversation. [Norman Solomon; Richard Harries; Timothy Winter;] -- The book is divided into parts. Part one, Foundations of Faith, explores the significance of Abraham, Moses, Jesus and Muhammad. Part two, Resources for the Modern World, deals with such diverse. Abraham's Children brings together essays by leading scholars of each faith to address key issues for the faiths and to collaboratively identify common ground and pose challenges for the future. The book will inspire readers in the process of inter-faith dialogue, contribute clearly to vital religious issues of contemporary world concern and help readers to understand faiths that are 5/5(1).
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Throughout their shared history Jews, Christians, and Muslims have asked the question posed in the title of this book, sometimes responding in the affirmative and sometimes in the negative. Too often, the means by which they have arrived at their answers have been left unstated or marred by a lack of clarity and : Ebook. There is much more that can be said about Augustine and the Jews. It is a brilliant intellectual history of perhaps one of the most influential thinkers in the Christian movement of all such, Paula Fredriksen’s work is not something to be recommended to the casual, popular reader (about pages of text, plus about 50 pages of footnotes). Since Jews and Christians both claim to have God’s Word, do they basically have the same religion? The faith of most religious Jews is called Judaism. It is the oldest of the world’s three great monotheistic religions (that is, religions serving one God). Judaism is the parent of both Christianity and Islam. Religiously, Jews were categorized by Islam as “infidels” (Arabic: kuffar). However, like Christians, they qualified as “people of the book,” possessors of a prior revelation from God that was written down. People of the book acquired a tolerated status, that of “protected people Author: Mark R. Cohen.