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  • Muslim-Christian Studies Book Reviews

    This archival page includes book reviews in the field of Muslim-Christian studies and dialogue up until 2009. It is currently not being updated. Students should also visit our Certificate in Muslim-Christian Studies page for more information on how to participate in this certificate, which is a joint program sponsored by GSISS, the Heritage Trust, and the Washington Theological Consortium.

    Paul Moses, The Saint and the Sultan: the Crusades, Islam, and Francis of Assisi’s Mission of Peace. New York: Doubleday Religion: 2009, xiv + 302 pp.

    Cragg, Kenneth, The Secular Experience of God. Harrisburg PA: Trinity Press International Leominster UK: Gracewing, 1998 Pp.viii+82 (pb).

    Markham, Ian S., Engaging with Bediuzzaman Said Nursi: a Model of Interfaith DialogueSurrey, England and Burlington, Vermont: Ashgate Publishing, 2009. viii+179 pp.

    Folkemer, Lawrence D., No Mere Dialogue: Engaging World Religions2009, ISBN 978-1-57747-147-9, 128 pp.

    Griffith, Sidney H., Griffith, The Church In The Shadow Of The Mosque: Christians And Muslims In The World Of Islam, Princeton and Oxford: Princeton University Press, 2008. ISBN 978-0-691-13015-6 (cloth), 220 + xiii pages

    Cragg, Kenneth, Am I Not Your Lord? Human Meaning in Divine Question. London, UK: Melisende, 2002. 256 pp. ISBN 1 901764 21 4.