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by Andrew M. Sharp
This book is the first comprehensive attempt to assess an Orthodox Christian ‘position’ on Islam. It demonstrates how a growing number of ordained and lay leaders have reframed the discussion within the Orthodox Church, while participating in dialogue with Muslims.
By Kari Storstein Haug
This book argues that an approach to Buddhist-Christian dialogue where biblical texts are analyzed by placing Christian and Buddhist perspectives side by side is a method which provides a good platform for further in-depth dialogue.
This volume contains four theoretical and four empirical articles that aim at conceptual clarification and descriptive and causal exploration on data from 14 countries about historical and current tensions within and between religions, Christiantity and Islam, and human rights in various contexts.
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