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Human Conscience and Muslim-Christian Relations

Modern Egyptian Thinkers of Al-Damir (Islamic Studies Series)

by O. Leirvik

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Published by Routledge .
Written in English


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Number of Pages304
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Open LibraryOL7493969M
ISBN 100415385660
ISBN 109780415385664

The paper argues that the project of these scholars represents a radically new direction in Islamic theology because of its strong emphasis on the human side of the : Oddbjørn Leirvik. En poursuivant votre navigation, vous acceptez la politique Cookies, le dépôt de cookies et technologies similaires tiers ou non ainsi que le croisement avec des données que vous nous avez fournies pour améliorer votre expérience, la diffusion des contenus et publicités personnalisés par notre enseigne ou par des partenaires au regard de vos centres d’intérêts, effectuer des études.

In the rewritten and restructured version of the book, it is chapter 11 that treats the conscience. 11 Oddbjorn Leirvik, Human Conscience and Muslim-Christian Relations: Modern Egyptian Thinkers on al-Damir (New York & Abingdon, Oxon: Routledge, ), p. Human conscience and Muslim-Christian relations: modern Egyptian thinkers on al-ḍamīr / by: Leirvik, Oddbjørn. Published: () Christian responses to Islam: Muslim-Christian relations in the modern world / Published: ().

The principal focus of my research is the social and cultural history of the modern Middle East. In my first book, I examined the connections between education and the rise of the modern state in nineteenth-century Egypt. Human Conscience and Muslim-Christian Relations. Routledge, Levitt, Peggy, and Alexandra Parrs. “Hiding in plain. The Muslim World (TMW) is one of the leading academic journals covering Islam worldwide. Strange it would call its own history “bigoted”. It was founded in by Samuel Zwemer, a founding father of Protestant missions in engagement with the oft-rival monotheistic faith. Now published by Hartford Seminary, like much of the Protestant mainline its.


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Professor Leirvik is a founding member of the National Contact Group between the Church of Norway and the Islamic Council of Norway. His books in English include Images of Jesus Christ in Islam, Human Conscience and Muslim-Christian Relations and Interreligious Studies: A Relational Approach to Religious Activism and the Study of Religion.

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