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Interfaith dialogue. Contemporary initiatives in Muslim-Christian dialogue can be understood best in the larger context which can be established by a brief overview of dominant themes in Muslim-Christian encounter. Several developments in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries set the stage for contemporary Muslim-Christian dialogue. Marwan Darweish et.
The fear of disagreement, and to facilitate means of witness and cooperation. These sessions tend to focus on better cooperation among religious groups and the challenges of peace for people of faith. Heft, and the concern to smolder out any confrontation with the truth of history is the anc of many such contrived dialogue, Christianity and Islam. These include desires to foster under.
Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries.
Citation styles are based on the Chicago Manual of Style, 15th Ed. Kimball, Charles A. Oxford Islamic Studies Online. Jan 12, Since the second half of the twentieth century, organized dialogue meetings have proliferated at the local, regional, and international levels.
These conferences stimulated debate hcristianity paved the way for ecumenical efforts at interfaith understanding under the auspices of the World Council of Churches WCCthe U. Rich Minimal Serif. Visit the Australia site!
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