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Comparing FaithfullyInsights for Systematic Theological Reflection$
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Michelle Voss Roberts

Print publication date: 2016

Print ISBN-13: 9780823274666

Published to Fordham Scholarship Online: May 2017

DOI: 10.5422/fordham/9780823274666.001.0001

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Longing and Gender

Longing and Gender

A Response to Holly Hillgardner and Tracy Sayuki Tiemeier

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Comparing Faithfully

Amir Hussain

Fordham University Press

This chapter is a response by Muslim theologia, Amir Hussain to the work of Holly Hillgardner and Tracy Sayuki Tiemeier. It takes the connections between the Christian and Indic traditions discussed in their chapters and connects them to Islamic concepts, particularly Muslim understandings of Mary, the mother of Jesus. There is also a discussion of Sufism, the mystical tradition in Islam. The work of scholars Wilfred Cantwell Smith and María Rosa Menocal is introduced as a way of talking about the lived experience of religion. There is also a discussion of music that connects across various religious traditions.

Keywords:   Islam, Jesus in Islam, María Rosa Menocal, Mary in Islam, music, Muslims, Wilfred Cantwell Smith, sufism, theological anthropology

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