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A deadly misunderstanding : a congressman's quest to bridge the Muslim-Christian divide

Author: Mark D Siljander; John David Mann
Publisher: New York : HarperOne, ©2008.
Edition/Format:   Print book : English : 1st edView all editions and formats
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A former congressman describes his transformation from anti-Muslim conservative to peace advocate, in an account that traces his studies into the potentially healing common origins of Christianity and Islam.
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Mark D Siljander; John David Mann
ISBN: 9780061438288 0061438286
OCLC Number: 179806465
Description: xii, 260 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: Foreword / Ban Ki-moon --
Introduction: On the green line --
Hostage --
Paradigm crash --
The secret language of the Bible --
The other holy book --
Miracle in the Sahara --
To love thine enemies --
The path of Ananias --
My apology --
Full circle --
Pillars and bridges --
A hug from His Holiness --
Jesus, the Ruhallah --
To walk in another man's sandals --
Jihad --
Scrutiny --
Path of peace in a time of war --
Appendices: Jesus in the Quar'an: a complete list of references to Isa (Jesus) --
Linguistic similarities: key terms in Hebrew, Aramaic, and Arabic --
Examples of Aramaic terms that clarify long-standing Biblical misinterpretations.
Responsibility: Mark D. Siljander ; with John David Mann ; foreword by Ban Ki-moon.
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A former congressman describes his transformation from anti-Muslim conservative to peace advocate, in an account that traces his studies into the potentially healing common origins of Christianity and Islam.

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