Three Faiths-One God: A Jewish, Christian, Muslim Encounter

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John Hick, Edmund S. Meltzer
SUNY Press, 01‏/01‏/1989 - 240 من الصفحات
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The interactions of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim communities over centuries have often been hostile and sometimes violent. This book discusses the essential and critical issues in each tradition's views of God, and of the earth and humanity.
 

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Introduction
1
On the Christian Doctrine of
41
A Muslim View
63
A Muslim View
87
Sanctified Matter or Mythic Space?
137
The Essence of Judaism
181
A Brief Look
189
Trinity and Incarnation in the Light of Religious Pluralism
197
Three Faiths and Some Common Problems
215
Three Reflections
225
Index of Authors
231
Index of Textual Citations
237
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نبذة عن المؤلف (1989)

In the Department of Religion at Claremont Graduate School, California, John Hick is Danforth Professor, Chair, and Director of the Blaisdell Programs in World Religions and Cultures, and Edmund S. Meltzer is Associate Professor and Associate Chair.

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