A God Divided: Understanding the Differences Between Islam, Christianity, and Judaism

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David C Cook, 2007 - Religion - 224 pages
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Christopher Catherwood takes an in-depth comparative look at look at the three major biblical faiths: Christianity, Islam, and Judaism. A respected authority in religious history, Catherwood objectively and accessibly explains how these three great faiths developed over time and how they have changed today. Respectfully he examines each religion's claim to truth, revealing Christianity's reasonable and meaningful relationship with the one true undivided God.


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  • Helps Christians understand their faith better.
  • An in-depth look at the three great religions Christianity, Islam and Judaism.
  • Great gifts for seminary students, pastors, or lay-leaders
 

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Contents

FAITH IN ONE GOD
21
A PEOPLE OF GOD
41
A SAVIOR AMONG US
51
THE THIRD MONOTHEISTIC FAITH
73
FROM SALADIN TO BIN LADEN
107
THE REFORMATION AND CHRISTIAN TRUTH
125
A LIVING FAITH
163
WHY ISLAM IS NOT THE ONLY WORRY
183
Conclusion
193
Readers Guide
203
Appendix
209
Index
219
Bibliography
224
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About the author (2007)

Educated as a historian at Balliol College Oxford and at Sidney Sussex College Cambridge, England, Christopher Catherwood has taught extensively on both sides of the Atlantic.

He has taught at the Institute of Continuing Education at Cambridge University, in England for many years, and the University of Richmond in the USA. In 2002 he also served on Tony Blair's Prime Minister's Strategy Unit.

He is the son of Sir Frederick Catherwood (former Vice-President of the European Parliament), and maternal grandson of the preacher Dr. D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones.

He is also the author of Christians, Muslims, and Islamic Rage and Why the Nations Rage: Killing in the Name of God.

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