Publisher : Kohlhammer - Innsbruck
Titre original : “Mensch werden. Grundlagen einer interreligiösen Religionspädagogik und didaktik au muslimisch-christlicher Perspektive”
“Inimimitable” Koran ?
Interview with Pr. Tobias Specker, professor of Catholic Theology in the light of Islam at Sankt Georgen Graduate school of Philosophy and Theology, Frankfurt, Germany, about his book : Gottes Wort...
Jacques Lanfry. A lion, the Church and Islam
Jacques Lanfry (1910-2000) joined the White Fathers in 1933 and is one of the missionary figures whose commitment illustrates that of the Catholic Church in favour of a dialogue with Muslims. Passi...
God’s Word and Human Language Christian theology of revelation and Islamic positions on the inimitability of the Koran
God’s Word is at the centre of both the Christian and Islamic faiths. Revelation and language are thus closely related in both religions. Tobias Specker brings Islamic and Christian theology,...
MIDEO 36 – Iǧtihād and taqlīd in Sunnī and Šīʿī Islam
The theme of iǧtihād and taqlīd, by pointing to the notional antagonism between independent reasoning on the one hand and submission to the argument of authority on the other, plunges us into the h...
The secular movement in Lebanon 2006-2019
It was in 2006 that the secular idea (al-‘almâniyya), which the master Boutros al-Bustanî forged in 1861 in his journal Nafîr Sûriyâ, took a political and militant form, when a number of acti...
Words of the Sufis. Muslim Mysticism and the Spiritual Exercises of Saint Ignatius
Author : Maurice de Fenoyl, sj Resource related to the group « Islam and society in contemporary Spain » Résumé : This compilation of Sufi texts sets in relation Saint Ignatius’ Spiritual Ex...
The challenges of religious visibility in the liberal public space
Western modernity has engaged the religious question, over the past thirty years in processes that show an increased interaction between religiosity, visibility and urban public space. At a time wh...
Religions and Constitutional Transitions in the Muslim Mediterranean. The pluralistic moment