By A. Siddiqui
The ebook describes the problem of modernity confronted through Muslims and Christians and the difficulty of spiritual pluralism. It describes Muslims' encounters with Christianity within the first 1/2 this century and their participation in organised dialogues initiated via the church buildings within the moment part. It highlights their apprehensions and expectancies in discussion and problems with co-existence on this planet at the present time. The publication makes a speciality of six renowned Muslim personalities who characterize a large spectrum of Muslim opinion and 3 foreign agencies and their perspective in the direction of discussion.
Read or Download Christian-Muslim Dialogue in the Twentieth Century PDF
Best protestantism books
During this frank, humorous, and sometimes difficult memoir approximately lifestyles out and in of the church, twenty-something Patton Dodd unearths his quest for an actual adventure of God. On his trip he makes an attempt to pinpoint and justify his trust in God, first with the fervent absolutes that signify a brand new believer’s religion yet then with a becoming understanding of the cultural complexities that outline his religion and surround his realizing of Christianity.
All Christians have chance religion! This booklet demanding situations them to workout the God-kind of religion of their lives.
Twelve students from the biblical, historic, theological, and philosophical disciplines have interaction in a talk at the remodeling paintings of the Holy Spirit within the Christian lifestyles. The essays are held jointly by way of an everlasting concentration and challenge to discover the connection among the paintings of the Holy Spirit and Christian formation, discipleship, own and social transformation.
This booklet argues that Christians have a stake within the sustainability and luck of center cultural values of the West in most cases and the US particularly. Steven M. Studebaker considers Western and American decline from a theological and, in particular, Pentecostal point of view. the amount proposes and develops a Pentecostal political theology that may be used to handle and reframe Christian political identification within the usa.
- Restoring Shakertown: The Struggle to Save the Historic Shaker Village of Pleasant Hill
- Lincoln's Gettysburg Address: Echoes of the Bible and Book of Common Prayer
- What the Bible Says About the Holy Spirit: Revised Edition
- Jonathan Edwards and the Bible
- Anglicanism : a very short introduction
- John Wesley and marriage
Extra resources for Christian-Muslim Dialogue in the Twentieth Century
Once a number of independent states had emerged, the national leadership wanted to mould their countries on the European model. But there were internal struggles amongst various factions. Some preferred a Western-style, secular government and wanted to change, among other things, the law and education policies; whilst others opted for a Marxist or socialist style of government with a command economy. In both cases, Islamic law and policies in any form would be marginalized. As pointed out earlier, a third, revivalist, approach to modern problems seeks to redress the Muslim problem in newly formed states by reverting to the Qur'an and the Sunnah and sees Western-style government as a threat.
They were more concerned with re-education and the civilization of the indigenous population and there was a sense of urgency to inculcate the French language and culture amongst the indigenous population, at times even by force. The Muslim leadership in general resisted anything foreign and took up arms against forced enculturation. 34 There is little evidence that the modernist movements were fully successful in these countries. Since Christian mission amongst the indigenous population was banned, there was virtually no indigenous Christian population in these countries.
Dahlan adopted and modified several methods of Christian missionary activity and incorporated them in Muhammadiyah. He adopted the Scout Movement programmes and, in 1918, created Hizbul Wathan (Party of the Fatherland). The high profile of the Christian mission was, perhaps, responsible for the success of Dahlan's movement. He met Rahmat Allah Kairanawi in Makkah and encouraged him to publish his debates with Pfander in book form. He also established good relations with Hendrik Kraemer. Sarekat Islam was founded in 1911 and became an influential political movement in Indonesia.
Christian-Muslim Dialogue in the Twentieth Century by A. Siddiqui