Join one of the world’s greatest theology experts in answering what one the great questions of our time: What do Christian’s and Muslim’s believe?
With about 1.7 billion members and growing, Islam is the second largest religion in the world. The relationship between Muslim and Christian theology is complex and often misunderstood. In this illuminating audio series, you will examine the ways Islam addresses Christian teaching and come to a fuller understanding of Islam in its own right.
Your guide for this insightful examination is Notre Dame theology professor Gabriel Said Reynolds (PhD, Yale University), an expert on Muslim-Christian relations and author of The Qur’an and Its Biblical Subtext. Through 21 thorough and enlightening lectures, you will learn about the history, teachings, and theology of Islam.
In this course, you will examine Islamic works, from the Qur'an to 21st-century Islamic apologies which address Christian theology. First, you will explore the development of Islamic thought on Christianity in the Qur'an and influential Islamic works of the classical period. You will then see how Christians responded to the challenge posed by the new religion. Finally, you will ask how Christians - concerned for the proclamation of their faith and harmonious dialogue between religions - might think of the church's relationship with Islam today.
This course is part of the Learn25 collection.
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Very informative and easy to understand.
Gabriel Reynolds is a highly educated teacher that has a unique talent for speaking and writing. Definitely worth the money and time to buy this work.
These lectures were so good! Top notch lecturer! So clear, informative, and engaged. Loved every minute and learned a lot about Islam, Judaism, and Christianity. I ended up buying a book by Reynolds because these lectures were that good.
The only suggestion I have is for the "Now You Know" series, and that is to provide a PDF that includes study aids (outlines, further reading suggestions, questions) for the lectures like how The Great Courses series does with The Teaching Company.