The Augsburg Fortress World Religions Collection presents a unique look at how various religions—Buddhism, Judaism, Islam, and Native American faiths—interact with each other and with the Christian tradition. The Dialogue Comes of Age examines Christianity’s relationship with other faiths, illustrating ways Christians can relate and dialogue with practitioners of other religions and analyzing what other religions can contribute to a Christian self-understanding. The Emergence of Islam provides an introduction to Islam’s history, tracing Muhammad’s early life and the Qur’an’s origins, development, structure, and meaning. This collection offers advice on how to witness to loved ones who differ in faith.
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- Presents an introduction to various world religions: Buddhism, Judaism, Islam, and Native American faiths
- Analyzes each religion’s history, beliefs, and practices
- Provides practical advice for ministering to practitioners of different religions
- The Dialogue Comes of Age: Christian Encounters with Other Traditions edited by John B. Cobb Jr. and Ward M. McAfee
- The Emergence of Islam: Classical Traditions in Contemporary Perspective by Gabriel Said Reynolds
- Title: Augsburg Fortress World Religions Collection
- Publisher: Augsburg Fortress
- Volumes: 2
- Pages: 490