A Muslim and a Christian in dialogue
Millions of Muslims and Christians are neighbors and worship the same God. Yet they seldom witness to each other, and the issues they deal with are profound. Rather than an antagonistic interaction, Badru D. Kateregga and David W. Shenk pioneer another way--that of authentic dialogue between friends.
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A Muslim and a Christian in dialogueUser Review - Book Verdict
This is a well-structured, respectful exchange between two close friends--a Muslim and a Christian--who discuss major points of belief and practice within their respective religions. Kateregga, formerly a professor of Islamic studies and currently the Ugandan ambassador in Saudi Arabia, outlines the core of the Muslim faith. After each chapter summary, there is a brief response by Shenk, who coordinates interfaith work for the Mennonite church in Pennsylvania; he points out shared values as well as essential differences from the Christian perspective. The second half of the book is patterned similarly, with Shenk outlining the essentials of Christian faith. An excellent introduction to the Muslim and Christian traditions and a valuable addition for most libraries.
Review: A Muslim and a Christian in DialogueUser Review - J. Alfred - Goodreads
Half of this book is written by a Muslim, half by a Christian. They do not debate, but rather try to come to consensus as to what each faith believes, trying to find areas which overlap, and others ... Read full review
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