Christian-Muslim Relations, a Bibliographical History 3 (CMR3) is the third part of a general history of relations between the faiths. Covering the period from 1050 to 1200, it comprises a series of introductory essays, together with the main body of more than one hundred detailed entries on all the works by Christians and Muslims about and against one another that are known from this period. These entries provide biographical details of the authors where known, descriptions and assessments of the works themselves, and complete accounts of manuscripts, editions, translations and studies. The result of collaboration between leading scholars in the field, CMR3 is an indispensable basis for research in all elements of the history of Christian-Muslim relations.
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Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History. Volume 3 (1050-1200)
This book offers editions and translations of the Syriac and Christian Arabic versions of the originally ninth-century Legend of Sergius Baḥīrā, which portrays Islam’s political might as predestined but finite and its scripture and religion as derivative of Christianity
Adam S. Francisco
Drawing upon a vast array of Martin Luther's writings while also focusing upon a few key texts, this book illuminates the Reformer’s thought on Islam, and thereby provides fresh insight into his place in the history of Christian-Muslim relations
Through a systematic analysis of official Vatican documents, this book shows that the Trinitarian basis of recent Roman Catholic theology of religions has led the Church to adopt a dialectical attitude towards Islam.
Edited by David Thomas
This collection illustrates the place of the Bible in Arab Christianity as a source of authority and information about Christian experiences under early Islam, and the importance attached to upholding its authenticity in the face of Muslim criticisms.
Edited by Emmanouela Grypeou, Mark N. Swanson and David Thomas
The contributions in this volume deal with crucial subjects of political and theological dialogue and controversy that characterized the varying responses of the Christian communities in the Byzantine Eastern provinces to the Islamic conquest and its subsequent impact on Byzantine society and ...
Sandra Toenies Keating
This volume contains the apologetical writings of Abū Rā’iṭah al-Takrītī († c. 835) devoted to the defense of the Christian doctrines of the Trinity and Incarnation, and the proof of the Christian religion in response to Muslim critics of his time.
Jason R. Zaborowski
This study provides an edition, English translation, and analysis of the thirteenth-century Coptic Martyrdom of John of Phanijōit. Sociological and philological approaches to the text explain its significance to the study of Christian-Muslim relations in Egypt at the time of the Crusades.
Edited by Rifaat Y. Ebied and David Thomas
This edition and English translation of the fourteenth century correspondence between Cypriot Christians and the Muslim Ibn Abī Ṭālib al-Dimashqī is a significant example of later medieval Christian-Muslim polemic that affords an invaluable insight into the development of Muslim interfaith ...
Edited by David Thomas
This volume on Christian life and thought in Baghdad under 'Abbasid rule illustrates the vigour of Christianity, and shows that relations between Christians and Muslims, although at times strained, could often be beneficial to followers of both faiths.
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