3 edition of Dialogue on Islam found in the catalog.
Dialogue on Islam
Syed Rashid Ahmed Jaunpuri
|Statement||[compiled by] M. Harunur Rashid.|
|Contributions||Rashid, M. Harunur.|
|LC Classifications||BP161.2 .A446 1999|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||107 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||107|
Get this from a library! Islam is an experience of dialogue and devotion. [Mary Margaret Funk] -- Islam Is is the record of Benedictine nun Sr. Mary Margaret Funk's multiyear engagement in interfaith dialogue with American Muslims in an effort to bridge the gaps that seem to divide. A book called Progressive Muslims: On Justice, Gender, and Pluralism contains a chapter by Amir Hussain on "Muslims, Pluralism, and Interfaith Dialogue" in which he shows how interfaith dialogue has been an integral part of Islam from its beginning. Hussain writes that "Islam would not have developed if it had not been for interfaith.
This book should prove to be a very valuable asset to both Muslims and Christians, particularly given the interest in dialogues between the two faiths. God willing, this book will be an effective tool for Muslims in our efforts to invite Christians to study Islam. Conversely, Christians should become more aware of what inFile Size: KB. [Faruqi on Abrahamic interfaith dialogue] “Islam’s theory of other faiths, backed by the experience of fourteen centuries still commands the loyalty and support of a billion Muslims around the world If inter-religious dialogue is to move beyond the exchange of information and courtesies, it has to have a religious norm in terms of which.
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Diverse society. I welcome this book as an introduction to the theological necessity, merits and virtue of dialogue in Islam.
As the book’s first chapter explains, dialogue is much broader in scope than interfaith or theological conversations and conferences, although these are an important (and worthwhile) dimension of Size: KB.
SinceShenk has been based at Eastern Mennonite Missions (EMM) headquarters, Salunga, Pennsylvania, where he helps to coordinate interfaith commitments. He is the author of many books, including A Muslim and a Christian in Dialogue, Christian. Muslim. Friend. and Surprises of the Christian by: Islam and the future of tolerance is an open dialogue and collaboration between Sam Harris and Maajid Nawaz, who both discuss the problems of a subsection of extremists in the name of Islam and provide some eloquent solutions.
pages long, both Sam and Maajid suggest excellent points to provide to the by: 4. This book gives a concise, readable introduction to the relationship between Islam and dialogue.
Drawing on the Qur’an, the Sunna and Islamic history it demonstrates that dialogue is an integral part of the very fabric of Islam, dispelling popular misconceptions. Contemporary realities make intercultural dialogue a pressing human concern. Islam Urges Muslims to Dialogue In Islam we are urged to make dialogue with all people and especially with the people of the book.
Dialogue in Islam is not only permissible, but it is highly recommended and it is one of the best ways of communication with others. Dialogue comes from our deep conviction that all human beings are one family.
Islam and the Future of Tolerance: A Dialogue - Ebook written by Sam Harris. Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC, android, iOS devices. Download for offline reading, highlight, bookmark or take notes while you read Islam and the Future of Tolerance: A Dialogue/5(48).
"Islam and the Future of Tolerance" is a concise, nuanced and above all, civil, dialogue that encourages further discussion on one of the greatest challenges liberal democracies are and will be facing in the future: the specter of Islamist extremism/5.
It is sadly uncommon, in any era, to find dialogue based on facts and reason—but even more rarely are Muslim and non-Muslim intellectuals able to maintain critical distance on broad questions about Islam. Which makes Islam and the Future of Tolerance something of a unicorn.
Nawaz and Harris discuss Islamism and jihadism from a historical as 5/5(1). Islam and the Future of Tolerance: A Dialogue is a book collaboration between American author Sam Harris and British activist Maajid Nawaz.
The book has been subsequently adapted into a documentary film of the same title. The book is in dialogue format, and features an exchange between Harris, an atheist and a critic of religion, and Nawaz Publisher: Harvard University Press.
India – Inter-faith dialogue addresses all these issues and tries to find amicable solutions to them. Interfaith dialogue is a creative is an. Those interested in a deferential and detailed dialogue about human rights, Islam, jihadism, and pluralism will find this book both enlightening and engaging.” ― Publishers Weekly “In this conversation, Sam Harris and Maajid Nawaz achieve what so many who take part in the debate on Islam and the West fail to accomplish: a civil but honest /5(K).
One good resource in the works is a new book series at Catholic University of America Press, titled “Catholic Theology and Islam” (several members of our Scholars dialogue are on the editorial.
Muslim Christian Dialogue book. Read 8 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Why have there been in the last decade many discussions /5. Isslam and future of tolerance is a book in dialogue format, and features an exchange between Harris, an atheist and a critic of religion, and Nawaz, an Islamist-turned-liberal activist.
Harris argues that the doctrines of Islam are dangerous while Nawaz defends Islam by arguing that those dangerous doctrines have been circumvented by the. Islamic History, Caliphates, Dynasties, battles and detailed analysis of divisions between Muslims.
Christians will welcome this book as they seek to understand the challenge of Islam.” So, this is a no-compromise, pull-no-punches treatment of the Quran, contrasting the claims of Islam’s holy book with those of the Bible.
That’s why Abdul Saleeb, coauthor of Answering Islam and The Dark Side of Islam, exclaimed, “This book is magnificent.
Inthe Faith and Reason Institute (parent institution of The Catholic Thing), along with the Westminster Institute, published a monograph that I wrote on The Prospects and Perils of Catholic-Muslim Dialogue.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Kateregga, Badru D. Islam and Christianity. Grand Rapids, Mich.: Eerdmans,© (OCoLC) I purchased this book in hopes of getting a better understanding of Islam and of the means for healthy dialogue between Muslims and Christians.
Toward that end, this book has been very helpful; I appreciate the chance to hear a Muslim answer questions about what he believes, and to read dialogue around the issues presented in the book.4/5(1). Nawaz and Harris do a great job showing how two people of opposing viewpoints can converge in a healthy dialogue about Islam in the 21st century.
Yes, other holy books have bad parts. Yes, American foreign policy isn't without flaw. Yes, anti-Muslim bigotry is real and should be condemned/5(18).Dialogue, or peaceful negotiation, is the path prescribed by Islam. Islam is based on the principle of dawah, which is another name for peaceful negotiation.
Violence is totally forbidden in Islam. There is only one exception to this ban and that is when it is engaged in self-defense. This can take place only at the time of external invasion, and such action is the prerogative.I thought Islam was a pretty ordinary religion with an ordinary prophet.
Boy, was I wrong! When I finally began to do more research on the religion of Islam, I realized the great need for Christians to learn about Islam and Muslims to learn about Christianity.
In this book, I will do my best to teach the basics of Islam and how to defend Reviews: