In this examination of an extraordinary Islamic anti-Christian polemic, the author describes Qa e0d; 2b; 'Abd al-Jabbar's life, his intellectual heritage and the sectarian controversy of his day. Thus the reader will discover how, and why, a Muslim theologian reinterpreted Christian scripture, history and practice to develop an Islamic doctrine of Christianity.Über den Autor:
Gabriel Said Reynolds, Ph.D. (2003) in Islamic Studies, Yale University, is Assistant Professor of Islamic Studies and Theology at Notre Dame University. He works on Islamic origins and Christianity and has published Jesus, the Qa'im, and the End of the World and Saint Thomas' Islamic Challenges: Reflections on the Antiochene Questions.
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