Interreligious Dialogue as an Evolutionary Process
I explore the contributions of Ibrahim Moosa, a Muslim legal scholar, to a Muslim-Christian dialogue on religion and science. Moosa begins from the context of Sharia, Islamic law, and not from the usual issues of the religion-science dialogue. Beginning as it does from a legal tradition, the approach suggests a perspective on science and religion that is particular to Islam and provides insight into how an authentic dialogue between Muslims and Christians would proceed-and thereby an alternative model for a religion-science dialogue.
Moore, J. E., "Interreligious Dialogue as an Evolutionary Process" (2005). Theology Faculty Publications. 54.
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