Getting Real About Christian-Muslim Dialogue
- Editorial. Magonet, Jonathan // European Judaism;Mar2013, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p1
An introduction is presented in which the editor discusses various articles within the issue on topics including interfaith dialogue, abuse of religious language and holding a religious belief in an aggressive secular culture.
- The Big "Bright" Brouhaha. Shermer, Michael // Skeptic;2003, Vol. 10 Issue 3, p12
Presents an empirical study on an emerging skeptical movement in the U.S. Different beliefs of the Americans; Discussion on feminists, atheists, Definition of the person called bright.
- WHAT WENT RIGHT: TWO BEST CASES OF ISLAM IN EUROPE - CORDOBA, SPAIN AND SARAJEVO, BOSNIA. Shenk, Gerald // Religion in Eastern Europe;Nov2006, Vol. 26 Issue 4, p1
The article discusses the two historic chapters of long-term Islamic presence in Europe including the Medieval period and the Ottoman period. Both periods contain some valuable lessons for the historic interaction of complex religious systems. Moreover, Islamic presence and influence in the...
- LA IGLESIA Y EL MOVIMIENTO INDEPENDENTISTA RIOPLATENSE. Durán, Juan Guillermo // TeologÃa;dic2010, Vol. 47 Issue 103, p31
No abstract available.
- A SHORT HISTORY OF CHRISTIANITY. Blainey, Geoffrey // Policy;Autumn2012, Vol. 28 Issue 1, p57
An essay is presented on the history of Christianity. It examines the influences of Christianity to the world since the birth of Jesus until the early years of the 20th century. The author relates that the history of Chirstianity also mirrors the ways in which the religion has shaped everyday...
- Religion through the Ages. Nigosian, S. A. // Theological Review;2010, Vol. 31 Issue 2, p179
The article discusses the history of the religious behavior and belief of humans from the prehistoric period to modern age. The six ages or epochs that may be perceived in human civilization's religious history are enumerated and characterized, including the age of non-literacy, age of...
- Pilgrims in the Kingdom: Travels in Christian Britain (Book). Huntley, Dana // British Heritage;Sep2004, Vol. 25 Issue 4, p61
Deborah and David Douglas are proper pilgrims indeed. Their travels to a number of important spiritual and historical sites in Britain is driven by a firm belief in the notion of "sacred space" as much as it is by their own Christian faith. At the same time, for those who share a fundamentally...
- Qur'anic Moses and his Mysterious Companion: Developmental Revelation as an Approach to Christian Discourse with Muslims? Singh, David Emmanuel // Transformation (02653788);Oct2005, Vol. 22 Issue 4, p210
This article focuses on a single Qur'anic text involving Moses which is common to both Muslim and Christian traditions. After exploring the identity of the mysterious companion to Moses, the author in this article explores the evidence of continuity between the Islamic and Judio-Christian...
- RELIGIOUS DOUBT AND IDENTITY FORMATION: SALIENT PREDICTORS OF ADOLESCENT RELIGIOUS DOUBT RELIGIOUS DOUBT AND IDENTITY FORMATION: SALIENT PREDICTORS OF ADOLESCENT RELIGIOUS DOUBT. Puffer, Keith A.; Pence, Kris G.; Graverson, T. Martin; Wolfe, Michael; Pate, Ellen; Clegg, Stacy // Journal of Psychology & Theology;Winter2008, Vol. 36 Issue 4, p270
Different ideological perspectives about religious doubt spawn controversy and confusion among some Christians. Typically misunderstood as unbelief, doubt is often characterized as dangerous if not outright prohibited by Scripture. As this study demonstrates, comprehending religious doubt...