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Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation, de Gruyter
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam - Tension, Transmission, Transformation (JCIT) brings together innovative volumes exploring the reception and mediation of ideas and practices in the three monotheistic traditions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, from antiquity to the twenty-first century. Monographs, collected works, text editions, and bibliographic databases address their intertwining relations in various historical and geographical contexts. The series is intentionally interdisciplinary, inviting proposals across disciplines dealing with at least two of these three religions. Among the research areas to be studied are, for example, Greek, Hebrew, Syriac, Arabic, Latin, and Ottoman cultural spheres; the Enlightenment and modernity in various contexts; imperialism, colonialism, postcolonialism, and globalization. Attention is given to exegesis and intertextuality, political models and patterns of social order, spiritual symbols and images, scholarly interactions and mystical experiences. The series is relevant to scholars as well as to those interested and engaged in interreligious exchange.
978-3-11-059571-0 Mladen Popovic
Sharing and Hiding Religious Knowledge in Early Judaism, Christianity, and Islam

De Gruyter, 2018, 210 Seiten, Gebunden,
978-3-11-059571-0
86,95 EUR Warenkorb
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation Band 10
Sprache: Englisch
Few studies focus on the modes of knowledge transmission (or concealment), or the trends of continuity or change from the Ancient to the Late Antique worlds.
In Antiquity, knowledge was cherished as a scarce good, cultivated through the close teacher-student relationship and often preserved in the closed circle of the initated. From Assyrian and Babylonian cuneiform texts to a Shi'ite Islamic tradition, this volume explores how and why knowledge was shared or concealed by diverse communities in a range of Ancient and Late Antique cultural contexts. From caves by the Dead Sea to Alexandria, both normative and heterodox approaches to knowledge in Jewish, Christian and Muslim communities are explored. Biblical and qur'anic passages, as well as gnostic, rabbinic and esoteric Islamic approaches are discussed.
In this volume, a range of scholars from Assyrian studies to Jewish, Christian and Islamic studies examine diverse approaches to, and modes of, knowledge transmission and concealment, shedding new light on both the interconnectedness, as well as the unique aspects, of the monotheistic faiths, and their relationship to the ancient civilisations of the Fertile Crescent.
978-3-11-059812-4 Georges Tamer
Die Koranhermeneutik von Günter Lüling

De Gruyter, 2018, 233 Seiten, Gebunden,
978-3-11-059812-4
89,95 EUR Warenkorb
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation Band 9

Der koranhermeneutische Ansatz des Islamwissenschaftlers Günter Lüling wurde jahrzehntelang von Fachvertretern totgeschwiegen, was Nahrung für Verschwörungstheorien lieferte. Seine Theorie, dass der Koran seinen Ursprung im alten Christentum habe, widersprach der traditionellen Wissenschaft seiner Zeit. Der Band enthält Forschungsbeiträge, in denen Lülings Werk erstmals kritisch gewürdigt wird.
978-3-11-054477-0 Dietmar Schon
Die orthodoxen Kirchen im interreligiösen Dialog mit dem Islam

De Gruyter, 2017, 634 Seiten, Gebunden,
978-3-11-054477-0
119,95 EUR Warenkorb


Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation Band 7
Interreligiöser Dialog mit dem Islam gilt in einer globalisierten Welt als unverzichtbar, um friedliche Koexistenz von Menschen unterschiedlicher Religion zu sichern. Auch die orthodoxe Kirche hat sich im interreligiösen Dialog engagiert und zu einem Miteinander der Religionen beigetragen. Die Studie beleuchtet unmittelbar die in ökumenischem Kontext entstandenen Beiträge der autokephalen orthodoxen Kirchen seit den 1980er Jahren bis heute.
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978-3-11-059764-6 Carlos A. Segovia
The Quranic Jesus
A New Interpretation
De Gruyter, 2018, 200 Seiten, Gebunden,
978-3-11-059764-6
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Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation Band 5
Sprache: Englisch
Is it possible to rethink the multilayered and polyvalent Christology of the Qur’an against the intersecting of competing peripheral Christianities, anti-Jewish Christian polemics, and the making of a new Arab state in the 7th-century Near East? To what extent may this help us to decipher, moreover, the intricate redactional process of the quranic corpus? And can we unearth from any conclusions as to the tension between a messianic-oriented and a prophetic-guided religious thought buried in the document?
By analysing, first, the typology and plausible date of the Jesus texts contained in the Qur’an (which implies moving far beyond both the habitual chronology of the Qur’an and the common thematic division of the passages in question) and by examining, in the second place, the Qur’an’s earliest Christology via-à-vis its later (and indeed much better known) Muhamadan kerygma, the present study answers these crucial questions and, thereby, sheds new light on the Qur’an’s original sectarian milieu and pre-canonical development.
978-1-61451-567-8 Najib George Awad
Orthodoxy in Arabic Terms
A Study of Theodore Abu Qurrah’s Theology in Its Islamic Context
de Gruyter, 2015, 450 Seiten, Gebunden,
978-1-61451-567-8
109,95 EUR Warenkorb
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation Band 3
This volume represents the first in-depth, analytical and systematic study of the core components and theological rationale of Theodore Abu Qurrah's apologetic discourses in conversation with Islam, with specific attention to his writings on the Trinity and Christology. It explores the question of whether, in conveying orthodoxy in Arabic to the Muslim reader, Abu Qurrah diverged from doctrinal Christian theology and compromised its core content.
978-1-61451-539-5 Regina Grundmann
Jenseits der Tradition?
Tradition und Traditionskritik in Judentum, Christentum und Islam
de Gruyter, 2014, 300 Seiten, Gebunden,
978-1-61451-539-5
89,95 EUR Warenkorb
Regina Grundmann
Jenseits der Tradition?
Tradition und Traditionskritik in Judentum, Christentum und Islam
de Gruyter, 2016, 300 Seiten, Broschur,
978-1-61451-681-1
24,95 EUR Warenkorb
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation Band 2
Sprache: Deutsch
Der interdisziplinäre Band versammelt aktuelle Forschungsperspektiven auf das Wechselspiel von Tradition und Traditionskritik in Judentum, Christentum und Islam. Beleuchtet werden die vielfältigen historischen und gegenwärtigen Formen von Kritik an den überlieferten Traditionen sowie die dynamischen Prozesse, die diese Kritik in den Religionen ausgelöst hat. Traditionskritik erweist sich demnach als integraler Bestandteil von religiösen Traditionen.
  Bettina Koch
Patterns Legitimizing
Political Violence in Transcultural Perspectives

de Gruyter, 2015, 212 Seiten, Gebunden,
978-1-61451-539-5
89,95 EUR Warenkorb
Judaism, Christianity, and Islam – Tension, Transmission, Transformation Band 1

Islamic and Christian Traditions and Legacies
Sprache: Englisch
This volume explores theoretical discourses in which religion is used to legitimize political violence. It examines the ways in which Christianity and Islam are utilized for political ends, in particular how violence is used (or abused) as an expedient to justify political action. This research focuses on premodern as well as contemporary discourses in the Middle East and Latin America, identifying patterns frequently used to justify the deployment of violence in both hegemonic and anti-hegemonic discourses. In addition, it explores how premodern arguments and authorities are utilized and transformed in order to legitimize contemporary violence as well as the ways in which the use of religion as a means to justify violence alters the nature of conflicts that are not otherwise explicitly religious. It argues that most past and present conflicts, even if the discourses about them are conducted in religious terms, have origins other than religion and/or blend religion with other causes, namely socio-economic and political injustice and inequality. Understanding the use and abuse of religion to justify violence is a prerequisite to discerning the nature of a conflict and might thus contribute to conflict resolution.
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