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Judaism and Islam as Synergistic Monotheisms

Judaism and Islam as Synergistic Monotheisms

A Reform Rabbi's Reflections on the Profound Connectedness of Islam and Judaism

Hadassa Word Press ( 2017-06-21 )

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Many people, reacting to daily media reports of savage political conflicts convulsing the Middle East, Africa and Asia, often in the name of God, blame it all on religious believers; without actually knowing much about the beliefs and connections of Sunnis and Shi’a, or Judaism and Islam. Allen Maller’s collection of articles written by a Reform Rabbi and published in Islamic magazines and web sites, enables open minded readers to see that Islam and Judaism share much in common including; a rejection of original sin, Hajj and Sukkot pilgrimage, Ramadan and Yom Kippur fasting, and several of the 99 names of God. Judaism and Islam often compliment each other even when they do differ about: were there 9 or 10 plagues, perspectives of religious pluralism, views of Prophet Jesus, and Prophet Muhammad as a prophet of Reform Judaism. There are many shared aspects between the two religions in their fundamental religious outlook, structure and practice.

Book Details:

ISBN-13:

978-3-639-79499-1

ISBN-10:

3639794990

EAN:

9783639794991

Book language:

English

By (author) :

Rabbi Allen Maller

Number of pages:

128

Published on:

2017-06-21

Category:

Religion / Theology