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Author: David L. Coppola
ISBN13: 978-0967571959
Title: What Do We Want The Other To Teach About Us?: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Dialogues
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Publisher: Sacred Heart University Press; First Edition edition (January 31, 2006)
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What Do We Want The Other To Teach About Us?: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Dialogues by David L. Coppola



Jewish, Christian, And Muslim Dialogues. ISBN13: 9780967571959.

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At this conference, we want to reconceptualize the question of the importance of an active and well informed interreligious dialogue. The focus will be on in-depth, gical conversation between Christians and Muslims. We will explore new ways in which philosophical theories can foster Christian-Muslim understanding The book also defines and exemplifies a style of Muslim-Christian conversation that assumes a clash of crucial claims and seeks to understand the other without rushing to affirm the faith of the other.

What does our traditions teach us about caring for others? Do our scriptures inspire us to help others? These are some of the questions we will explore in our meeting. Do our scriptures inspire us to help others? These are some of the questions we will explore in our meeting. Hope you can join us.

If there is one lesson I have learned in participating in dialogues with Jews, it is that engaging in these debates has made me more sensitive to Jewish concerns about interreligious dialogue. I have begun to understand that Jews do not like the appeal to Abraham as our common forefather because it undermines their insistence on the particularity of each religious tradition. And I have experienced a little bit of what it means to live in the shadow of the Holocaust. Having lived in Europe for a long time, I am well aware that the conditions for Jewish-Muslim dialogue are much better in the United States. And even as a bystander, I can tell that it is taking place: in Baltimore, Philadelphia, New York, Los Angeles and elsewhere. The ultimate lesson of Nostra Aetate for Catholics might be to step aside and facilitate others.

As Griffith reminded us, scholarly dialogues are not an invention of the 20th century; rather, Christians and Muslims have been talking theology with each other since the 7th century. Our dialogue is part of that long tradition. But what do scholarly dialogues accomplish? Why should the average Catholic care? There is inherent value in scholarly dialogues that might not produce anything concrete, such as a joint statement or other publication. The other project we discussed is my forthcoming book Christians, Muslims, and Mary: A History. Sura 19 of the Qur’an, for instance, is named after her, and Muslims visit Marian shrines throughout the world.

When we – a Muslim and a Christian – fell in love, we didn’t think much about the differences in our religions. People falling in love usually don’t think much, full stop. On the other hand, there are some advantages in interfaith relationships. There are studies that show that interfaith couples are better at communicating with one another than same-faith couples. In particular, they are better at communicating effectively and coming to an agreement about important issues. We want to guide them along their own paths while exposing them to others’ experiences and belief systems. We want them to know the stories that have shaped humankind’s understanding of God throughout history. Israel bars five US Jewish, Christian and Muslim leaders backing boycott effort. More more on this story.