Polat, Kemal
January 2008
Ekev Academic Review;Winter2008, Vol. 12 Issue 34, p73
Academic Journal
In this article, the point that Muslims and Christians are closer by Islamic literature especially in view of Maide verse 82 are investigated. Some theological, sociological, moral and psychological reasons of Christian-Muslim closeness are dealth with. It was determined that Koran makes no over generalization regarding relations with other religions and does not carry the aim of discriminating religions as friendly or enemy by certain classification, taking good will and behavior by the followers of other religions as a reference for real reason of closeness or remoteness.


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