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The book presents the similarities and contrasts between Judaism, Christianity and Islam. It shows how each of the three religions shares a common core of religious and ethical teachings with the other two, although differing in places with regard to specific doctrine and dogma.
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In this set of three powerful essays, the late, world-renowned scholar and philosopher Isma'il Al Faruqi displays his formidable insight, vast knowledge, and unique trademark logic, brought to bear on subjects still considered to be at the forefront of discourse on comparative religion. Al Faruqi delves deep into the h...
This monumental study examines issues of anthropomorphism in the three Abrahamic Faiths, as viewed through the texts of the Hebrew Bible, the New Testament and the Qur’an. Throughout history Christianity and Judaism have tried to make sense of God. While juxtaposing the Islamic position against this, the author addres...
In What You Weren't Taught In Sunday School, Dr. Jerald
Dirks, a former ordained minister (deacon) in the United Methodist
Church and a graduate of Harvard Divinity School, kicks open the door
and reveals some of the skeletons hidden in the closet of Biblical and
Christian history, skeletons that raise dist...
Jesus Christ represents the common link between the two major religions of Christianity and Islam.
This book brings together the writings of Christian and Muslims scholars on the topic of the man and the message of Jesus Christ (peace be upon him). It aims to present an objective view of Jesus Christ and the importan...
Both Jewish and Islamic sources relate the story of the first known sin in the universe, i.e., Satan refusing to obey God s command to bow down to Adam. In the present volume, Dr. Dirks explores both Jewish and Islamic sources on the first sin, compares and contrasts them, and identifies the underlying root cause behin...
In The Cross and The Crescent, Dr. Jerald Dirks, a former ordained minister (deacon) in the United Methodist Church and a graduate of Harvard Divinity School, reaches out to Christians and Muslims for an interfaith dialogue. Drawing on his seminary education and thirty years of interaction with Muslims in America and o...
Born into a strict Christian household in Kenya, Yahya Ondigo was always a man of faith. He went on to join the military, and it was during this time that he was given his first exposure to the Muslim way of life. When his questions about the Christian faith were left inadequately answered, and with the help of his eld...
Majed Al-Rassi’s popular booklet, compiled from the works of respected writers on the subject of comparative religion, has been revised and greatly expanded in this new edition. Islam is Your Birthright is a useful and comprehensive guide for Muslims who would like to know how to address non-Muslims on the subject of t...
The first question usually posed to a newly-converted Muslim is: "why?" This book has been written by a revert-to-Islam to answer this question. Her distinctive story details her journey towards Islam along with what she found in her new religion and what she left behind.
The Bible is the basis for the teachings of Christianity, and the Qur'an is the main source of Islamic Religion and Law, this book compares Islam and Christianity according to a comparative study of the Bible and the Qur'an.PrefaceA religion should not be judged by the opinions and attitudes of its biased enemies. Nei...
Insightful essays on Christian-Muslim relations by one of the world’s leading experts.A Christian View of Islam brings together fifteen key essays by Tom Michel, the noted Jesuit scholar of Islam. This compendium is organized into three major categories:
Inter-religious Dialogue: Encountering the "Other"