Islam and the West: The Making of an Image

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Oneworld, 1993 - Religion - 467 pages
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Hailed as a classic, newly revised and thoroughly updated, this study of the formation of western ideas about Islam offers vital insights into the relationship between two of the world's greatest religions. In a scholarly and balanced work, Daniel traces the development of Christian-Islamic interaction from medieval times to the present day.

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Daniel's 1960 volume is listed in Reader's Adviser as one of the seminal works on the subject. Though carefully researched, the text has the benefit of firsthand observation by Daniel during his time ... Read full review

Contents

Foreword
9
Christian Understanding of Islamic Belief
35
The Christian Attack upon Pseudoprophecy
67
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