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This front matter section of the book Early Christian-Muslim Debate on the Unity of God: Three Christian Scholars and Their Engagement with Islamic Thought (9th Century C.E.) contains the table of contents, and acknowledgments. The book examines the works of three of the earliest known Christian theologians (Theodore Abū Qurra, Abū Rā'iṭa and 'Ammār al-Baṣrī) to explain and defend their beliefs in Arabic. In particular, it deals with their writings on the doctrine of the Trinity, a doctrine that is central to the Christian faith and one that has proven to be a fundamental theological stumbling block throughout the history of Christian-Muslim interaction.

Keywords: Early Christian-Muslim Debate; Unity of God

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