Between Allah & Jesus: What Christians Can Learn from Muslims - eBook
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Between Allah & Jesus: What Christians Can Learn from Muslims - eBook  -     By: Peter Kreeft

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An articulate and engaging Muslim student named 'Isa challenges the Christian students and professors he meets on issues ranging from prayer and worship to evolution and abortion, from war and politics to the nature of spiritual struggle and spiritual submission. While Kreeft believes Christians should not learn extremism or unitarian theology from Muslims, he does believe that if we really listened we could learn much about devoted religious practice and ethics. Here is a book to open your understanding of one of the key forces shaping our world today. It's a book that just could make you a better Christian.

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Title: Between Allah & Jesus: What Christians Can Learn from Muslims - eBook
By: Peter Kreeft
Format: DRM Free ePub
Vendor: InterVarsity Press
Publication Date: 2010
ISBN-13: 9780830879441
Stock No: WW65615EB

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What would happen if Christians and a Muslim at a university talked and disagreed, but really tried to understand each other? What would they learn? That is the intriguing question Peter Kreeft seeks to answer in these imaginative conversations at Boston College. An articulate and engaging Muslim student named 'Isa challenges the Christian students and professors he meets on issues ranging from prayer and worship to evolution and abortion, from war and politics to the nature of spiritual struggle and spiritual submission. While Kreeft believes Christians should not learn extremism or unitarian theology from Muslims, he does believe that if we really listened we could learn much about devoted religious practice and ethics. Here is a book to open your understanding of one of the key forces shaping our world today. It's a book that just could make you a better Christian.

Author Bio

Peter J. Kreeft (PhD, Fordham University) is professor of philosophy at Boston College where he has taught since 1965. A popular lecturer, he has also taught at many other colleges, seminaries and educational institutions in the eastern United States. Kreeft has written more than fifty books, including , , , and (with Ronald Tacelli).

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"In this popularized fictional conversation among university-level participants who represent the best and worst arguments for each side, Kreeft invites us to reflect on basic theological questions concerning the nature of being God, the nature and content of divine revelation, the character of morality (public and private), and the future of the world." -- Nelson D. Kloosterman, Comment Magazine, September 2010

"Kreeft's book is a strong encouragement to look past our theological differences, create bonds of friendship and trust, and work together for the common good. . . [A] commendable attempt to help Christians see Muslims as our neighbors rather than as the Other." -- Stan Guthrie, Books Culture, March/April 2010

"Given the current state of the world, Between Allah Jesus fully deserves to be called a must-read for everyone, regardless of spiritual belief or political affiliation. Kreeft creates a way to look at the perceived divide between Islam and Christianity without violence." -- J.G. Stinson, ForeWard Reviews, (www.forewordreviews.com), March 2010

" Between Allah Jesus, through its sympathetic proposal of a brith and peace-loving Muslim student, gives readers a hopeful sense of what could be, if the culture war within Islamd ends with jihadist defeat." -- Marvin Olasky, World Magazine, May 8, 2010

"Committed Christians, who want positive approaches to Islam, may wish to consider reading." -- William Collins, Library Journal, January 2010

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