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This front matter section of the book Martin Luther and Islam: A Study in Sixteenth-Century Polemics and Apologetics contains a table of contents, acknowledgments, and a list of abbreviations. The book contributes to Luther scholarship in general, especially his place in the history of Christian apologetics, for neither of the two most popular and accessible historical surveys, Avery Dulles, History of Apologetics and Otto Zöckler's Geschichte der Apologie, even mention his engagement with Islam and the Qurʾān. It also provides a perspective into Luther's thought on a non-Christian religion other than his notorious dealings with Judaism. And thirdly, it will be helpful for understanding the intellectual turmoil that was established in this key period of Christian-Muslim relations, which, in turn, provides the backdrop for many of the tensions that remain in the modern era.

Keywords: Christian-Muslim relations; Judaism; Martin Luther



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