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The Resource Jesus and the Incarnation : reflections of Christians from Islamic contexts, edited by David Emmanuel Singh

Jesus and the Incarnation : reflections of Christians from Islamic contexts, edited by David Emmanuel Singh

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Jesus and the Incarnation : reflections of Christians from Islamic contexts
Title
Jesus and the Incarnation
Title remainder
reflections of Christians from Islamic contexts
Statement of responsibility
edited by David Emmanuel Singh
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Summary
In the dialogues of Christians with Muslims nothing is more fundamental than the Cross, the Incarnation and the Resurrection of Jesus. An open and honest conversation on these is a necessity as Christians all over the world meet with Muslims on a daily basis. Building on the volume on the Cross, published in 2009, this book contains voices of Christians living in various 'Islamic contexts' and reflecting on the Incarnation of Jesus. The aim of these reflections is constructive and the hope is that the papers weaved around the notion of 'the Word' will not only promote dialogue among Christians on the roles of the Person and the Book but, also, create a positive environment for their conversations with Muslim neighbors
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Cataloging source
YDXCP
Index
index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
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Singh, David Emmanuel
Series statement
Regnum studies in global Christianity
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  • Jesus Christ
  • Christianity and other religions
  • Islam
  • Incarnation
Label
Jesus and the Incarnation : reflections of Christians from Islamic contexts, edited by David Emmanuel Singh
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Publication
Note
Previously published: Carlisle, UK : Regnum, 2011
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [221]-242) and index
Contents
  • Incarnation and translation in Islam and Christianity
  • John Azumah
  • "The Word made book : the 1865 Van Dyck Arabic translation of the Bible and Arab Christian views of wahy"
  • David D. Grafton
  • Saints, Incarnation and Christian-Muslim dialogue : reflections inspired by encountering Bangladeshi Islam
  • Clinton Bennett
  • Matam and emerging vitality : community, ritual, and commemoration in a South Asian Muslim sect
  • Mary Kay McVicker
  • The roles of humanity and Jesus in the sainthood of Ibn 'Arabi
  • David Emmanuel Singh
  • 'The Word made flesh' : community, dialogue and witness
  • Christian contextualisation in Central Asian Islamic society
  • Peter F. Penner
  • Defending the Incarnation in the early Christian dialogue with Muslims
  • Mark Ivor Beaumont
  • Newbigin's reformulation of Christology and its implications for a Christian-Muslim dialogue
  • Jose Abraham
  • Christological reflection in the apologetic of Hamran Ambrie (1921-1988) of Indonesia
  • Jonathan E. Culver
  • The Incarnation expressed through a conversion testimony from Indonesia : the role of the Qurʼan
  • Peter Riddell ;
  • David Emmanuel Singh
  • Ailish F. Eves ;
  • Bernie Power
  • Incarnating Christian witness within popular Islam
  • Phil Parshall
  • Incarnatus non est : the Qurʼan and Christology
  • Kenneth Cragg
  • The doctrine of the Incarnation supports the Christian use of the Qurʼan "for example of life and the instruction of manners" : a proposal
  • A.H. Mathias Zahnister
  • Revealing divine identity : the Incarnation of the Word in John's gospel
  • Rollin G. Grams
Control code
000377039
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
x, 245 p.
Isbn
9781610974738
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000377039
  • (OCoLC)777493444
Label
Jesus and the Incarnation : reflections of Christians from Islamic contexts, edited by David Emmanuel Singh
Publication
Note
Previously published: Carlisle, UK : Regnum, 2011
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (p. [221]-242) and index
Contents
  • Incarnation and translation in Islam and Christianity
  • John Azumah
  • "The Word made book : the 1865 Van Dyck Arabic translation of the Bible and Arab Christian views of wahy"
  • David D. Grafton
  • Saints, Incarnation and Christian-Muslim dialogue : reflections inspired by encountering Bangladeshi Islam
  • Clinton Bennett
  • Matam and emerging vitality : community, ritual, and commemoration in a South Asian Muslim sect
  • Mary Kay McVicker
  • The roles of humanity and Jesus in the sainthood of Ibn 'Arabi
  • David Emmanuel Singh
  • 'The Word made flesh' : community, dialogue and witness
  • Christian contextualisation in Central Asian Islamic society
  • Peter F. Penner
  • Defending the Incarnation in the early Christian dialogue with Muslims
  • Mark Ivor Beaumont
  • Newbigin's reformulation of Christology and its implications for a Christian-Muslim dialogue
  • Jose Abraham
  • Christological reflection in the apologetic of Hamran Ambrie (1921-1988) of Indonesia
  • Jonathan E. Culver
  • The Incarnation expressed through a conversion testimony from Indonesia : the role of the Qurʼan
  • Peter Riddell ;
  • David Emmanuel Singh
  • Ailish F. Eves ;
  • Bernie Power
  • Incarnating Christian witness within popular Islam
  • Phil Parshall
  • Incarnatus non est : the Qurʼan and Christology
  • Kenneth Cragg
  • The doctrine of the Incarnation supports the Christian use of the Qurʼan "for example of life and the instruction of manners" : a proposal
  • A.H. Mathias Zahnister
  • Revealing divine identity : the Incarnation of the Word in John's gospel
  • Rollin G. Grams
Control code
000377039
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
x, 245 p.
Isbn
9781610974738
System control number
  • (Sirsi) 000377039
  • (OCoLC)777493444

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