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The History of Christian-Muslim Relations (Brill)


Christians and Muslims have been involved in exchanges over matters of faith and morality since the founding of Islam. Attitudes between the faiths today are deeply coloured by the legacy of past encounters, and often preserve centuries-old negative views.
The History of Christian-Muslim Relations, Texts and Studies presents the surviving record of past encounters in authoritative, fully introduced text editions and annotated translations, and also monograph and collected studies. It illustrates the development in mutual perceptions as these are contained in surviving Christian and Muslim writings, and makes available the arguments and rhetorical strategies that, for good or for ill, have left their mark on attitudes today. The series casts light on a history marked by intellectual creativity and occasional breakthroughs in communication, although, on the whole beset by misunderstanding and misrepresentation. By making this history better known, the series seeks to contribute to improved recognition between Christians and Muslims in the future.
A number of volumes of the History of Christian-Muslim Relations series are published within the subseries Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History.


Edited by David Thomas (University of Birmingham), Tarif Khalidi (American University of Beirut), Gerrit Jan Reinink (University of Groningen), Mark Swanson (Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago)

Séléction ouvrages

11. Christian-Muslim Relations. A Bibliographical History. Volume 1 (600-900)
edited by David Thomas & Barbara Roggema. With Juan Pedro Monferrer Sala, Johannes Pahlitzsch, Mark Swanson, Herman Teule, John Tolan

10. Christian Doctrines in Islamic Theology
David Thomas

9. The Legend of Sergius Baḥīrā
Barbara Roggema

7. Trinity in Unity in Christian-Muslim Relations
Risto Jukko

6. The Bible in Arab Christianity
Edited by David Thomas

5. The Encounter of Eastern Christianity with Early Islam
Edited by Emmanouela Grypeou, Mark N. Swanson and David Thomas

4. Defending the ’People of Truth’ in the Early Islamic Period
Sandra Toenies Keating

(Source : Brill)


Narratives of Tampering in the Earliest Commentaries on the Quran (Gordon NICKEL)

NICKEL (Gordon), Narratives of Tampering in the Earliest Commentaries on the Quran, Leiden/Boston, Brill, ("The History of Christian-Muslim relations ; 13"), 2011, xi+255 p. ISBN 978-90-04-19238-6
Gordon D. Nickel, est docteur (Ph.D. 2004) en islamologie de l’Université de Calgary. Il enseigne à l’Université de la British Columbia. Il est un expert dans la littérature exégétique musulmane.
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The Muslim accusation of the corruption or deliberate falsification of (...)

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Christian-Muslim relations : a bibliographical history (David Richard THOMAS & Barbara ROGGEMA)

THOMAS (David Richard) éd., ROGGEMA (Barbara) éd., Christian-Muslim relations : a bibliographical history. Vol. 1, 600-900. edited by David Thomas and Barbara Roggema ; with Juan Pedro Monferrer Sala, Johannes Pahlitzsch, Mark Swanson [et al.], Leiden ; Boston : Brill, ("The History of Christian-Muslim relations ; 11"), 2009, 944 p. Notes bibliogr. Index. ISBN 978-90-04-16975-3.
Christian-Muslim Relations, a Bibliographical History 1 (CMR1) is the first part of a general history (...)

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The Bible in Arab Christianity (éd. David THOMAS)

THOMAS (David) éd., The Bible in Arab Christianity, Leiden, Brill, ("The History of Christian-Muslim Relations, 6"), 2007, VI+ 422 p. ISBN 978 90 04 15558 9 (Note : Communications présentées au 5ème Mingana symposium on Arab Christianity and Islam tenu du 14 au 17 septembre 2005 à Birmingham. - Contient un article en français)
David Thomas est Professeur à l’Université de Birmingham. Il est spécialiste des relations entre islam et christianisme à l’époque médiévale.
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