Qur'anic Christians: An Analysis of Classical and Modern Exegesis
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Qur'anic Christians: An Analysis of Classical and Modern Exegesis

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The Muslim perception of Christianity and Christians is an issue of longstanding debate among scholars of both Islam and Christianity. In this book, Jane McAuliffe analyzes a series of passages from the Qur' DEGREESD=an that make ostensibly positive remarks about Christians. She conducts this analysis through a close examination of Muslim exegesis of the Qur' DEGREESD=an,...more
Hardcover, 340 pages
Published April 26th 1991 by Cambridge University Press
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