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A Muslim and a Christian in Dialogue (edition 1997)

by Badru D. Kateregga, David W. Shenk

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Title:A Muslim and a Christian in Dialogue
Authors:Badru D. Kateregga
Other authors:David W. Shenk
Info:Herald Pr (1997), Edition: New edition, Paperback, 224 pages
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Millions of Muslims and Christians are neighbors, and and they agree that they worship the one and only God. Yet they seldom witness to each other, and the issues they deal with are profound. Rather than an antagonistic interaction, Badru D. Kateregga and David W. Shenk pioneer another way--that of authentic dialogue between friends.

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Millions of Muslims and Christians are neighbors, and they believe that they worship the one and only God. Yet they seldom witness to each other. In this book, a Muslim (Badru D. Kateregga) and a Christian (David W. Shenk) attempt to witness and listen. The issues they deal with are profound. Kateregga and Shenk open up the basic questions of the human situation and confront similarities and differences in Muslim and Christian responses. In recent years Muslim-Christian interactions have too often been antagonistic. Here the authors pioneer another way: that of authentic dialogue between friends.… (more)

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