Christian, Muslim, Jew

October 2007
First Things: A Monthly Journal of Religion & Public Life;Oct2007, Issue 176, p29
The article discusses Jewish theologian Franz Rosenzweig and his views on the monotheistic religions that claim Abraham as a descendant. The author focuses on his assessment of Islam as essentially a pagan religion while also drawing comparisons to Judaism and Christianity. The author also discusses Pope Benedict XVI's views on Islam.


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