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by Michael Ipgrave

  • Author: Michael Ipgrave
  • ISBN: 0898694647
  • ISBN13: 978-0898694642
  • ePub: 1631 kb | FB2: 1836 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Religious Studies
  • Publisher: CHURCH PUBLISHING INC (August 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 142
  • Rating: 4.3/5
  • Votes: 828
  • Format: lit docx lrf doc
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Author: Michael Ipgrave. Participants in the Christian–Muslim Seminar at Lambeth Palace 17–18 January 2002. Introducing the Seminar The Most Revd and Rt Hon. How can Christians and Muslims overcome the obstacles that stand in the way of mutual understanding and trust? This was the highly topical question addressed by 40 scholars of the two faiths who gathered for a major two-day international seminar at Lambeth Palace in January 2002. Hosted by the archbishop of Canterbury, the event was supported by Prime Minister Tony Blair, with the cooperation of Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan.

Justice and Rights: Christian and Muslim Perspectives. ISBN-13: 978-1589014893.

He is author of Trinity and Inter Faith Dialogue, and has contributed to journal articles and book chapters on inter-faith matters. Ipgrave, Michael (1994)

OBE. Bishop of Lichfield. He is author of Trinity and Inter Faith Dialogue, and has contributed to journal articles and book chapters on inter-faith matters. Ipgrave, Michael (1994). Christ in ten thousand places: a Catholic perspective on Christian encounter with other faiths. London: Dartman, Longman and Todd. Ipgrave, Michael (2003). Trinity and inter faith dialogue: plenitude and plurality.

The Road Ahead: A Christian-Muslim Dialogue. London: Church House Publishing, 2002. Ipgrave, Michael, ed. Scriptures in Dialogue: Christians and Muslim Studying the Bible and the Qur’an Together; and Bearing the Word: Prophecy in Biblical and Qur’anic Perspective. London: Church House Publishing, 2004. The Muslim Jesus: Sayings and Stories in Islamic Literature. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press, 2001. Kogan, Michael S. Towards a Jewish Theology of Christianity, in Journal of Ecumenical Studies, 32:1 (Winter 1995).

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Ipgrave, Scriptures in Dialogue, p. 70, reporting a remark . 70, reporting a remark of Archbishop Rowan Williams. In endorsing this rather curious book, the Pope writes that a dialogue that is interreligious in the strict sense or, perhaps better, in the narrow sense, of that word, is impossible.

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The Road Ahead: A Christian-Muslim Dialogue: A Record of the Seminar "Building Bridges" Held at Lambeth Palace, 17-18 .

The Road Ahead: A Christian-Muslim Dialogue: A Record of the Seminar "Building Bridges" Held at Lambeth Palace, 17-18 January 2002. London: Church House Publishing, 2002; New York: Church Publishing Incorporated, 2004. The Dialogical Imperative: A Christian Reflection on Interfaith Encounter. The texts are from a list developed by the Office of Ecumenical and Interfaith Relations of the Episcopal Church.

How can Christians and Muslims overcome the obstacles that stand in the way of mutual understanding and trust? This was the highly topical question addressed by forty scholars of the two faiths who gathered for a major two-day international seminar at Lambeth Palace in January 2002. Hosted by the Archbishop of Canterbury, the event was supported by Prime Minister, Tony Blair, with the cooperation of Prince El Hassan bin Talal of Jordan. All three contribute introductions to this book, which presents the papers read at the seminar and describes the discussions that they stimulated. Drawing on the insights and expertise of Christians and Muslims from a wide variety of nations and cultures, this book offers a message of hope to all who seek to build bridges between those who follow the world's two biggest religions.
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