Conversion and Continuity: Indigenous Christian Communities in Islamic Lands, Eighth to Eighteenth Centuries

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Contents

Introduction
1
Ninth
33
Patterns
55
A Review
75
The Earliest Latin Lives of Muhammad
89
Fakhr alDin alRazi on ayat aljizyah and ayat alsayf
103
Conversion Stories in Early Islam
123
A Reassessment
135
Conversion to Islam in Syria and Palestine and the Survival
289
de la conquSte musulmane a
313
Church and Society in Asia Minor in the Late Thirteenth
355
The Survival of a Muslim Minority in the Christian Kingdom
365
Tradition and Linguistic Assimilation Among the Spanish
381
Le soutien de l6glise latine aux chrdtiens dOrient durant
389
The Maronites of the Middle Ages
407
The Maronite Experiment
423

Aspects of ChristianMuslim
151
Perceptions and Interaction
161
The Experience of Christians under Seljuk and Ottoman
185
A Christian Enclave in the Islamic Near East in
217
The Christian Communities in Egypt in the Middle Ages
237
MuslimChristian Relations during the Reign of the Mamluk
253
Coptic Converts to Islam During the Bahri Mamluk Period
263
Religious Interaction in Kerala with Special Reference to
437
Conversion of Eastern Orthodox Christians to the Unia in
449
The Islamic Context of MuslimChristian Relations
461
Gazeteer
479
Red Sea Area
498
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About the author (1990)

Michael Gervers is Director of the Deeds Project at the University of Toronto, Canada.

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