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Contents Acknowledgements Introduction: Confrontation versus conciliation, Debate versus Dialogue p 1 Chapter One: The Bible: An Agenda for Dialogue or Diatribe? p 15 Chapter Two: The Qur?an and Christianity: Affection or Hostility? p 45 Chapter Three: The Traditional Christian Confrontation Approach Towards Islam: Classical Contributors p 69 Chapter Four: Classical Christian Conciliatory Approaches Towards Islam p 96 Chapter Five: The Traditional Muslim Confrontational Approach Towards Christianity p 120 Chapter Six: Classical Muslim Conciliatory Approaches Towards Christianity p 144 Chapter Seven: Contemporary Christian and Muslim Confrontation p 169 Chapter Eight: Contemporary Christian and Muslim Conciliation p 197 Conclusion: Has Progress Occurred? P 239 References p 240
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Christianity and other religions -- Islam.
Islam -- Relations -- Christianity.