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Allah : a Christian response

Author: Miroslav Volf
Publisher: New York : HarperOne, ©2011.
Edition/Format:   Book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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"ALLAH offers a constructive vision for a new pluralism. The claim that Muslims and Christians worship the same God yet have different understandings of that one God is an expression of just such pluralism. If a "clash of civilizations" is good for fighting each other, this new pluralism is good for building a common future together. Volf is ideally suited to reach a large, motivated audience for this book. He is  Read more...
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Miroslav Volf
ISBN: 9780061927072 0061927074
OCLC Number: 641532468
Description: 326 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: The Pope and the prince : God, the great chasm, and the building of bridges --
A Catholic cardinal and the One God of All --
A Protestant reformer and the God of the Turks --
How do we decide? --
A common God and the matter of beliefs --
A common God and the matter of practices --
The One God and the Holy Trinity --
God's mercy --
Eternal and unconditional love --
The same God, the same religion? --
Prejudices, proselytism, and partnership --
Two faiths, common God, single government --
The fear of God and the common good --
Reality check : combating extremism.
Responsibility: Miroslav Volf.

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"ALLAH offers a constructive vision for a new pluralism. The claim that Muslims and Christians worship the same God yet have different understandings of that one God is an expression of just such pluralism. If a "clash of civilizations" is good for fighting each other, this new pluralism is good for building a common future together. Volf is ideally suited to reach a large, motivated audience for this book. He is leading expert about religion and conflict and is the chief spokesperson for The Common Word, the world's leading interfaith dialogue initiative between Christians and Muslims that has been unprecedented in its importance, scope and global traction. An ongoing project, The Common Word has spawned conferences at leading institutions around the world, a documentary film, specialty books, and a robust online community"--

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