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The Background of ‘A Common Word’

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This article sketches the contents of the open letter of 138 Muslim Scholars to Christians. In addition it provides a reflection of the common ground the authors construct between the faith of Muslims and Christians. Maybe this common ground lies, more than either Christians and Muslims may be aware, in their joint roots in Judaism. The present article concludes with some reflections on the presupposition that it is fertile to start a dialogue on the basis of a (supposed) common ground.

Affiliations: 1: Protestant Theological University in Kampen The Netherlands, Email: gmspeelman@pthu.nl

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2010-04-01
2016-12-06

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