Was Jesus a Muslim?: Questioning Categories in the Study of Religion (Google eBook)

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Fortress Press - Religion - 194 pages
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An intriguing question - Do Muslims understand Jesus in some ways more historically appropriate than Christians do? - leads Robert F. Shedinger into a series of provocative challenges to the disciplines of religious studies and comparative religions. Questioning the convenient distinction between "politics" and "religion" and the isolation of "religion" from wider social and cultural questions, Shedinger offers a proposal for a more accurate and respectful understanding of faith that he argues will improve possibilities for mutual understanding among Christians, Muslims - and others.
  

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“Islam isn't a religion – it is a way of life.” I have heard both Muslims and non-Muslims express this sentiment. For believers this statement is meant to demonstrate how comprehensive God's message ... Read full review

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Robert F. Shedinger is Associate Professor of Religion and chair of the department at Luther College. He teaches courses on Islam and has lectured on Western perceptions of Islam. He is also the author of Tatian and the Jewish Scriptures (2001) and coeditor of Who Killed Goliath? Reading the Bible with Heart and Mind (2001).

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