Judaism, Christianity, and Islam all salute God's call to Abraham as the beginning of monotheism. But beyond that, the differences in how they interpret this forerunner, his offspring, the near-sacrifice of his son, the kind of community he wanted to create, etc., all prove his legacy is more a bone of contention than a rallying point for unity. 288 pages, hardcover. Yale University.
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