By Máire Byrne
This booklet deals a welcome way to the becoming desire for a standard language in interfaith discussion; fairly among the 3 Abrahamic faiths in our smooth pluralistic society. The e-book means that the names given to God within the Hebrew Bible, the recent testomony and the Qur'an, may be the very foundations and construction blocks for a typical language among the Jewish, Christian and Islamic faiths. On either a proper interfaith point, in addition to among daily fans of every doctrine, this ebook enables a extra fruitful and common knowing and recognize of every sacred textual content; exploring either the commonalities and adjustments among each one theology and their person receptions.
In a realistic program of the methodologies of comparative theology, Maire Byrne exhibits that the titles, names and epithets given to God within the sacred texts of Judaism, Christianity and Islam give a contribution in the direction of comparable photographs of God in each one case, and elucidates the significance of this for supplying a attainable place to begin for interfaith dialogue.
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