Islam and Christian Theology: A Study of the Interpretation of Theological Ideas in the Two Religions, Volume 2

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James Clarke & Co., 2002 - Religion - 368 pages
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A ground-breaking four-volume study of the inter-relation between the theological teaching of Islam and the theological content in the teaching of the Christian Fathers and of medieval theologians. The first two volumes contain a preparatory historical survey down to the close of Christian ascendancy in the Near East, presenting the student with a complete view of the whole theological position as it was at the end of the period. The second two volumes then comprise a study of the subsequent medieval developments.
  

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Contents

Foreword
1
B THE EMERGENCE OF ASHARITE ORTHODOXY
20
THE PHILOSOPHICAL CRITICISM OF KALlMIBN RUSHD
73
On the Unity of
100
The Divine Transcendence
112
Exegesis
180
IBN RUSHD AND CHRISTIAN SCHOLASTICISM
190
AN INTRODUCTION TO THE COMPARABLE BASIC IDEAS
211
SUBJECTS PROPOSITIONS
220
PROBLEMS AND PROPOSITIONS RELATED MORE INTIMATELY
298
CONCLUSIONS
327
INDEXES
333
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