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The Resource The Oxford handbook of Abrahamic religions, edited by Adam J. Silverstein and Guy G. Stroumsa ; associate editor, Moshe Blidstein

The Oxford handbook of Abrahamic religions, edited by Adam J. Silverstein and Guy G. Stroumsa ; associate editor, Moshe Blidstein

Label
The Oxford handbook of Abrahamic religions
Title
The Oxford handbook of Abrahamic religions
Statement of responsibility
edited by Adam J. Silverstein and Guy G. Stroumsa ; associate editor, Moshe Blidstein
Title variation
Abrahamic religions
Contributor
Editor
Subject
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
DLC
Dewey number
201.5
Index
index present
LC call number
BV410
LC item number
.O94 2015
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorDate
1982-
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Silverstein, Adam J.
  • Stroumsa, Guy G.
  • Blidstein, Moshe
Series statement
Oxford handbooks
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Abrahamic religions
Label
The Oxford handbook of Abrahamic religions, edited by Adam J. Silverstein and Guy G. Stroumsa ; associate editor, Moshe Blidstein
Instantiates
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Guy G. Stroumsa
  • The Abrahamic religions as a modern concept
  • Mark Silk
  • The concept of the Abrahamic religions, problems and pitfalls
  • Rémi Brague
  • Part II. Communities.
  • Islamo-Christian civilization
  • Richard W. Bulliet
  • The Abrahamic religions in the Mediterranean
  • David Abulafia
  • Part I. The concept of the Abrahamic religions.
  • Justice
  • Uriel Simonsohn
  • Jews and Muslims in Christian law and history
  • John Tolan
  • Beyond exclusivism in the Middle Ages: on the three rings, the three impostors, and the discourse of multiplicity
  • Dorothea Weltecke
  • part III. Scripture and hermeneutics.
  • Historical-critical readings of the Abrahamic scriptures
  • Nicolai Sinai
  • Interpreters of scripture
  • Abraham and authenticity
  • Carol Bakhos
  • The finality of prophecy
  • David S. Powers
  • Apocalypticism, millenarianism, and messianism
  • Lutz Greisiger
  • part IV. Religious thought.
  • The Abrahamic religions and the classical tradition
  • Peter E. Pormann
  • Confessing monotheism in Arabic (at-Tawḥīd): the one God of Abraham and his apologists
  • Sidney H. Griffith
  • Reuven Firestone
  • Philosophy and theology
  • Carlos Fraenkel
  • Science and creation: the medieval heritage
  • William E. Carroll
  • Mysticism in the Abrahamic religions
  • Moshe Idel
  • Political thought
  • Antony Black
  • Religious dualism and the Abrahamic religions
  • Yuri Stoyanov
  • Yet another Abraham
  • part V. Rituals and ethics.
  • Prayer
  • Clemens Leonhard and Martin Lüstraeten
  • Purity and defilement
  • Moshe Blidstein
  • Dietary law
  • David M. Freidenreich
  • Life-cycle rites of passage
  • Harvey E. Goldberg
  • The cult of saints and pilgrimage
  • Gil Anidjar
  • Yousef Meri
  • Religions of love: Judaism, Christianity, Islam
  • David Nirenberg and Leonardo Capezzone
  • Religion and politics in the age of fundamentalisms
  • Malise Ruthven
  • part VI. Epilogues.
  • Jewish and other Abrahamic philosophic arguments for Abrahamic studies
  • Peter Ochs
  • Christian perspectives: settings, theology, practices, and challenges
  • David F. Ford
  • Abrahamic experiments in history
  • Islamic perspectives
  • Tariq Ramadan
  • Adam J. Silverstein
  • Three rings or three impostors? The comparative approach to the Abrahamic religions and its origins
Control code
000401390
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xvii, 617 pages
Isbn
9780199697762
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2014960132
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000401390
  • (OCoLC)942882646
Label
The Oxford handbook of Abrahamic religions, edited by Adam J. Silverstein and Guy G. Stroumsa ; associate editor, Moshe Blidstein
Publication
Copyright
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and index
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Guy G. Stroumsa
  • The Abrahamic religions as a modern concept
  • Mark Silk
  • The concept of the Abrahamic religions, problems and pitfalls
  • Rémi Brague
  • Part II. Communities.
  • Islamo-Christian civilization
  • Richard W. Bulliet
  • The Abrahamic religions in the Mediterranean
  • David Abulafia
  • Part I. The concept of the Abrahamic religions.
  • Justice
  • Uriel Simonsohn
  • Jews and Muslims in Christian law and history
  • John Tolan
  • Beyond exclusivism in the Middle Ages: on the three rings, the three impostors, and the discourse of multiplicity
  • Dorothea Weltecke
  • part III. Scripture and hermeneutics.
  • Historical-critical readings of the Abrahamic scriptures
  • Nicolai Sinai
  • Interpreters of scripture
  • Abraham and authenticity
  • Carol Bakhos
  • The finality of prophecy
  • David S. Powers
  • Apocalypticism, millenarianism, and messianism
  • Lutz Greisiger
  • part IV. Religious thought.
  • The Abrahamic religions and the classical tradition
  • Peter E. Pormann
  • Confessing monotheism in Arabic (at-Tawḥīd): the one God of Abraham and his apologists
  • Sidney H. Griffith
  • Reuven Firestone
  • Philosophy and theology
  • Carlos Fraenkel
  • Science and creation: the medieval heritage
  • William E. Carroll
  • Mysticism in the Abrahamic religions
  • Moshe Idel
  • Political thought
  • Antony Black
  • Religious dualism and the Abrahamic religions
  • Yuri Stoyanov
  • Yet another Abraham
  • part V. Rituals and ethics.
  • Prayer
  • Clemens Leonhard and Martin Lüstraeten
  • Purity and defilement
  • Moshe Blidstein
  • Dietary law
  • David M. Freidenreich
  • Life-cycle rites of passage
  • Harvey E. Goldberg
  • The cult of saints and pilgrimage
  • Gil Anidjar
  • Yousef Meri
  • Religions of love: Judaism, Christianity, Islam
  • David Nirenberg and Leonardo Capezzone
  • Religion and politics in the age of fundamentalisms
  • Malise Ruthven
  • part VI. Epilogues.
  • Jewish and other Abrahamic philosophic arguments for Abrahamic studies
  • Peter Ochs
  • Christian perspectives: settings, theology, practices, and challenges
  • David F. Ford
  • Abrahamic experiments in history
  • Islamic perspectives
  • Tariq Ramadan
  • Adam J. Silverstein
  • Three rings or three impostors? The comparative approach to the Abrahamic religions and its origins
Control code
000401390
Dimensions
26 cm
Extent
xvii, 617 pages
Isbn
9780199697762
Isbn Type
(hardback)
Lccn
2014960132
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000401390
  • (OCoLC)942882646

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