Hartford Seminary

Christian-Muslim Encounter: The Theological Dimension (TH-663)

What has been the nature of Christian and Muslim perceptions and theological interpretations of each other, and their own self-understanding in light of the other, in various times and contexts? Drawing upon literature from the 7th century CE to the present, and making use of the methods and insights of the discipline of comparative theology, students will explore this two-sided question by examining the themes, genres, and strategies of Christian-Muslim theological engagement, with particular attention to the 21st-century dialogue of Christian and Muslim scholars.

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Lucinda Mosher


Spring 2016

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