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Encounters between Christian and Muslim Women in the Netherlands

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In this article, I want to explore the different types of encounter that take place between Christian and Muslim women. I will give an example of each type, drawing on my own experience and on the accounts of others. I will subsequently place these encounters in a threefold framework. I want to look at the dialogue between Christian and Muslim women from an organisational, a social political, and a theological framework.

Affiliations: 1: Lecturer in Religious Studies at the Protestant Theological University in Kampen, The Netherlands, Email:


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