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Cum aestimatione. Konturen einer christlichen Islamtheologie

Great appreciation (Cum aestimatione) has been characteristic of the dialogue of the Catholic Chruch with Islam since the Second Vatican Council (1962-65). Nevertheless, essentials remain theologically controversial and disjunctive up to today. The time calls to focus on the relatedness of Christianity and Islam and to engage with differentiated specific processes of dialogue. Being aware of the underlying tension of rivalry and closeness and along key Christian-Islamic topics the author will deliver a profound reassessment of Muslim statements of faith from a Christian theological perspective.

Great appreciation (Cum aestimatione) has been characteristic of the dialogue of the Catholic Chruch with Islam since the Second Vatican Council (1962-65). Nevertheless, essentials remain theologically controversial and disjunctive up to today. The time calls to focus on the relatedness of Christianity and Islam and to engage with differentiated specific processes of dialogue. Being aware of the underlying tension of rivalry and closeness and along key Christian-Islamic topics the author will deliver a profound reassessment of Muslim statements of faith from a Christian theological perspective.

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