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Three faiths, one God : the formative faith and practice of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

Author: Jacob Neusner; Bruce Chilton; William A Graham
Publisher: Boston : Brill Academic Publishers, 2002.
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"If Moses, Jesus, and the Prophet Muhammad were to meet, what would they tell one another about Judaism, Christianity, and Islam? Three of today's leading scholars explore the topics such a conversation might entail in this comparative study of the three monotheistic faiths. In systematic, side-by-side descriptions, they detail the classical theologies of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, and the authoritative  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Comparative studies
Études comparatives
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Jacob Neusner; Bruce Chilton; William A Graham
ISBN: 0391041460 9780391041462 0391041800 9780391041806
OCLC Number: 50253077
Description: xiii, 329 pages ; 24 cm
Contents: 1. Three Faiths, One God: The Classical Statements. A. The Issue. B. Normative Judaism: The Torah, Written and Oral. C. Classical Christianity: The Bible, Old and New Testaments. D. Foundational Islam: The Qur'an and Prophetic Sunnah --
2. The Person of God. A. The Issue. B. God Incarnate: Christianity. C. One God, Many Forms: Judaism. D. One God, Unitary and Transcendent: Islam --
3. God's People. A. The Issue. B. The Community of the Faithful: Islam. C. All Are One in Christ Jesus: Christianity. D. "Hear, Israel, the Lord Our God, the Lord is One": Judaism --
4. The Holy Way of Life. A. The Issue. B. "You Shall be Holy, for I the Lord Your God am Holy": Judaism. C. "Take Up Your Cross, and Follow Me": Christianity. D. "In the Way of God": Muslim Practice --
5. The Believers and the Unbelievers. A. The Issue. B. Avoid Idolaters at All Costs: Judaism. C. Converting Judaism (and all the Rest): Christianity. D. The Faithful and the Unfaithful: Islam --
6. The End of Days.
Responsibility: by Jacob Neusner, Bruce Chilton, William Graham.
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If Moses, Jesus, and the Prophet Muhammad were to meet, what would they tell one another about Judaism, Christianity, and Islam? This work explores the topics such a conversation might entail,  Read more...

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