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Christian Doctrines in Islamic Theology

Written by son of rambow on Monday, October 04, 2010

By the tenth century Islamic theology had become an integrated system by which theologians constructed sophisticated accounts of the nature of the world and God's relationship with it. They also used it to establish proofs that Islam was the only rationally tenable form of belief, building these in part on proofs of the illogicalities in other faiths, including Christianity. Through excerpts from key works of the theologians al-Nashi' al-Akbar, al-Maturidi, al-Baqillani and 'Abd al-Jabbar, this book shows how Muslim theologians in this period made use of Christian doctrines as examples of misguided thinking to help confirm the correctness of their own theology, and how among Muslim theologians Christianity had ceased to attract serious attention as a rival to Islam.

David Thomas, «Christian Doctrines in Islamic Theology»
Brill Academic Publishers | ISBN: 9004169350 | August 15, 2008 | PDF | 392 pages | 1,9 MB

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