Can Muslims and Christians Resolve Their Religious and Social Conflicts?: Cases from Africa and the United StatesPhilosophy, Theology and Religious Studies Faculty Publications
AbstractTable of Contents: Revisiting the perennial religious conflicts in northern Nigeria, 1990-2010: broadening the focus of Muslim-Christian dialogue / Marinus C. Iwuchukwu -- The problems and promises of Muslim-Christian politics in Nigeria: a scholar-pastor's view / Joseph Kenny -- Muslim-Christian conflicts in Africa: the quest for responsible action / Cyril Orji -- Catholic-Muslim dialogue and the challenge of America's polity, values, and culture / Daniel P. Sheridan -- Religious violence as a public health disease from an epidemiological perspective / Khlood Falk Salman -- Jesus and the Samaritan woman: a model for dialogue / Joseph F. Mali -- The Spiritan Congregation's mission to Africa: clues to an appropriate relationship of Christians with Muslims / Elochukwu E. Uzukwu -- Neighbor-love as a keystone to Christian-Muslim dialogue / Brian Stiltner -- Muslims in the performative mode: a reflection on Muslim-Christian dialogue on American college campuses / Marcia K. Hermansen -- Dialogue between Muslims and Christians: Qurʼanic guidance, historical precedents, and contemporary prospects in the United States / Zeki Saritoprak.
Citation InformationIwuchukwu, Marinus C. and Brian Stiltner, eds. Can Muslims and Christians Resolve their Religious and Social Conflicts? : Cases from Africa and the United States. Lewiston, NY: Edwin Mellen Press, 2013.