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Trialogue of the Abrahamic Faiths: Papers Presented to the Islamic Studies Group of American Academy of Religion (Issues of Islamic Thought) download ebook

by Isma'il R Al-Faruqi,Isma'il Raji Faruqi

Trialogue of the Abrahamic Faiths: Papers Presented to the Islamic Studies Group of American Academy of Religion (Issues of Islamic Thought) download ebook
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Isma'il R Al-Faruqi,Isma'il Raji Faruqi
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by Isma'il R Al-Faruqi. Isma'il R Al-Faruqi (Contributor). Online Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound. Paperback, 103 pages.

None Book description. This collection of papers was presented to the Islamic Study group of the American Academy of Religion in 1979.

Perhaps not since the early Middle Ages when the grand courts of Damascus, Baghdad, and Qurtubah (Cordova) witnessed numerous dialogues and debates between the adherents of these three Abrahamic faiths, has there been such a successful effort made by religious scholars to communicate with one another on matters of faith and understanding.

by Isma'il Raji al Faruqi. by Isma'il Raji al Faruqi. Publisher: Genuine Publications, &, Media Pvt.

Author: Al-Faruqi, Ismail . 1339-1406 . Publication Information: Herndon, Virginia: International Institute of Islamic Thought, 1991. Physical Description: 88p. Series: Issues in Islamic Thought; N. Series Title: Issues in Islamic Thought; N. General Note: "Collection of papers delivered in the sessions planned by the Islamic Studies Group for the 1399/1979 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Religion in New York City".

Perhaps not since the early Middle Ages when the grand courts of Damascus, Baghdad, and Qurtubah (Cordova) witnessed numerous dialogues and debates between the adherents of these.

Ismail al-Faruqi (1339-1406/1921-1986) is widely recognized as an authority on Islam and comparative religion. He was a Professor of Religion at Temple University, where he founded and chaired the Islamic Studies program

Ismail al-Faruqi (1339-1406/1921-1986) is widely recognized as an authority on Islam and comparative religion. He was a Professor of Religion at Temple University, where he founded and chaired the Islamic Studies program. Having studied or taught in the Middle East and Africa, as well as in Canada and the United States, Professor al-Faruqi possessed the wide background of training and experience required for a thorough mastery of his field. His writings include numerous articles and books in both Arabic and English.

Ismaʻīl Rājī al-Fārūqī (Arabic: إسماعيل راجي الفاروقي‎ January 1, 1921 – May 27, 1986) was a philosopher, widely recognised by his peers as an authority on Islam and comparative religion. He spent several years at Al-Azhar University in Cairo, then taught at several universities in North America, including McGill University in Montreal. He was Professor of Religion at Temple University, where he founded and chaired the Islamic Studies program

This book, readers may note, goes beyond the modern-day ostensible studies in comparative religion, and each of the contributing scholars evinces and appreciation and more-than-cursory knowledge of all three faiths.

Ismail Raji al- Faruqi in Islamization of knowledge and its critical impact . Volume 5, Issue I Journal of Islamic Thought and Civilization Spring 2015.

Ismail Raji al- Faruqi in Islamization of knowledge and its critical impact an. .

The book offers a unique forum for dialogue between Muslim, Christian and Jewish scholars as they discuss issues of faith, the nation-state as a form of social organization and the faith-community as a transnational actor for justice and peace.