Publisher : Facultad de Teología - Granada
Imam Training in Europe: A Comprehensive Vision
Abstract Professor Sánchez Nogales explains in this article the question about training imams in Europe. The most of these believers who work as spiritual leaders in Islamic communities living in ...
Fadl Allāh. The concept of “grace” in the Quran, similarity and contrast with the Bible
Abstract The question from which this article starts is the word “grace”. Are there in the Qur’an and Islamic tradition one or more concepts to be compared with the theological concept of grace in...
El islam en Europa occidental. Panorama socio-histórico y modelos de “integración”
Summary This article starts unfolding a brief outline of the history of the relations between Islam and Europe from four geographical view points and four ages: Spain (VIII century), Central Europ...
Islamism, a “fundamentalism” in Islam
Often these terms are used by writers with little precision. In journalistic literature they are sometimes used with notable confusion, making them interchangeable. However, each of these terms has...
Christianity and Islam. Dialogue and encounter (in the framework of interreligious dialogue)
Extract from the introduction "In approaching the forum of inter-religious dialogue with Islam, with a view to coexistence and collaboration, it is necessary to define a theological framework. W...
Islam’s integration in Spain
Summary: Muslim presence in Spain is much more recent than in other European countries so at times it is not clear if there is a real integration model in this country. Nevertheless, looking at the...
Christianity, Islam and Modernity: Proceedings of the II Congress of Theology of the Faculty of Theology of Granada
From the border to the meeting. Proceedings of the third course. Christians and Muslims.
Not without others: recognition of others and unity in Christ – on the relationship between mission and dialogue
Article published in the missiology journal ZMR 106 (2022/1-4), double issue: “Evangelisation and Fraternity in the Plural World
Normativity of Holy Scriptures in Judaism, Christianity and Islam
In Judaism, Christianity and Islam, the orientation towards “holy texts” is central. While in the past it was undisputed that these texts could be understood as directly given by God an...
Luther and Mohammed. Western European Protestantism and Islam (16th-18th centuries)
Publisher’s presentation Autumn 1611: while visiting France, a young Dutch Protestant student refines his knowledge of Arabic with a Muslim of Castilian origin he met in the Paris region. Tho...
Original Sin and the Qur’an
The present article addresses the common view that the Qur’an has no doctrine of original sin. It begins by defining original sin with attention to the Bible and Christian tradition. Thereafter the...
Education And Otherness: What are the Issues in a Context of Diversity?
In the era of the continuous call for the adoption of citizenship and living together (al Azhar declaration March 2017) and human brotherhood and common coexistence (Abu Dhabi document February 201...
Islam and Christianity: mutual views and challenges of otherness
In his book Soi-même comme un autre (Seuil 1990), the French philosopher Paul Ricoeur (1913-2005) builds his reflection on this 'as' which, according to him, allows us to escape from two harmful te...
Thinking Islam in Europe
Interview with Alberto F. Ambrosio, dominican friar, professor of Theology and Histpry of Religions at the Luxembourg School of Religion & Society. Reporter : Raphaël Georgy With the collabor...
Muslim-Christian Dialogue : the approach of the White Fathers
Involved in the Muslim world since its foundation by Bishop Charles Lavigerie in 1868, the Society of Missionaries of Africa, whose members are known as the White Fathers, has contributed to the em...