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Works On Christian-Muslim Relations 600-900

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This chapter provides insights on the following works on Christian-Muslim relations: Doctrina Iacobi nuper baptizati, The Panegyric of the three holy children of Babylon, The Chronicle of Khuzistan, and Ishoyahb III of Adiabene. The Doctrina Jacobi is an anti-Jewish treatise purportedly composed in Africa in 634 against the background of Heraclius order to compel all Jews to convert to Christianity. The text of the Panegyric is of a homily that treats a variety of subjects: humanitys fall into sin and refusal to listen to the prophets, necessitating the sending of the Son of God; the story of the three holy children of Babylon and of the prophet Daniel; a defense of miaphysite Christology. The Chronicle of Khuzistan is an incomplete brief covering 23 pages in the Guidi edition, is incomplete at the beginning and the end. Ishoyahb composed several doctrinal, paranetic, hagiographic and ascetic writings, some of which are lost.

Keywords: Babylon; Christian-Muslim Relations; miaphysite Christology



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