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Teaching Christians about Islam : a study in methodology / by Colin Gilbert Chapman.

Chapman, Colin Gilbert (1994)
M.Phil. thesis, University of Birmingham.

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Abstract

Some of the major Issues Involved in teaching Christians about Islam are discussed on the basis of the author's experience of teaching in three different contexts: in work with Christian students in the Middle East, in an Anglican Theological College in Bristol, and in the Department of Mission at Selly Oak, Birmingham. Several other teaching programmes are described and evaluated. A rationale is then presented for the content and method of two educational programmes which have been developed to work out the author's approach in detail: a book entitled Cross and Crescent: Responding to the Challenge of Islam (to be published in 1994), and a training course with the same title (to be offered for use in British churches by the British and Foreign Bible Society from 1994), which uses some of the material from the book.

Type of Work:M.Phil. thesis.
School/Faculty:Faculties (to 1997) > Faculty of Arts
Department: Centre for the study of Islam and Muslim-Christian relations, Selly Oak Colleges
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Appendix 5 was published as
Chapman, C G
Cross and Crescent: Responding to the Challenge of Islam
Intervarsity Press, 1994
[Second edition 2008 ISBN 9780830834853]

Appendix 6 was published as a Workbook related to the above book, by the British and Foreign Bible Society, 1993

Subjects:BP Islam. Bahaism. Theosophy, etc
BR Christianity
BV1460 Religious Education
Institution:University of Birmingham
Library Catalogue:Check for printed version of this thesis
ID Code:350
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