Incarnation and Trialogue

  • Dan Cohn-Sherbok
Part of the Library of Philosophy and Religion book series (LPR)

Abstract

At the 1980 Conference in Oxford of the Society for the Study of Theology, delegates were told that Abdus-Samad Sharafuddin of King Abdul-Aziz University in Jeddah sent the Society some copies of a short book he had recently written entitled, About the Myth of God Incarnate — An Impartial Survey of its Main Topics.1 According to Sharaffudin The Myth of God Incarnate is of monumental importance; ‘it shatters agelong darkness like a bolt from the blue; like a rational, godsent lightning it strikes the London horizon to explode an agelong blunder in Christian thought.2

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Notes

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