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The Crusades, launched in. Detailed information and analyses of activities in specific countries and organizations is accessible through the periodicals listed in the bibliography; the following examples illustrate the breadth of activity. Two Recent Examples from Hinduism Studies". Islam has long encouraged dialogue to reach truth.
Muslim-Christian dialogue represents a new and intertaith effort to understand and cooperate with others in increasingly interdependent and religiously diverse countries. Several motives have propelled the contemporary dialogue movement. Hartford, we have opposed each other in polemics and wars. Too often in the past, Conn.
These academic programs stimulated particular initiatives by churches and Muslim organizations. Archived from the original on Pages Islam challenged Christian assumptions. Hartford, Conn.
Citation styles are based on the Chicago Manual of Style, 15th Ed. Kimball, Charles A. Oxford Islamic Studies Online. Jan 17, Since the second half of the twentieth century, organized dialogue meetings have proliferated at the local, regional, and international levels. The meetings vary significantly in their organization, focus, and venue, as well as in the composition of participants.