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Sin, forgiveness, and reconciliation : Christian and Muslim perspectives : a record of the Thirteenth Building Bridges Seminar hosted by Georgetown University Washington, District of Columbia & Warrenton, Virginia April 27-30, 2014.

By: (13th : Building Bridges Seminar (13th : 2014 : Washington, D.C.) [author.].
Contributor(s): Marshall, David, 1963- [editor.] | Mosher, Lucinda [editor.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Washington, DC : Georgetown University Press, 2016Description: 1 online resource.Content type: text Media type: computer Carrier type: online resourceISBN: 9781626162853; 1626162859.Subject(s): Reconciliation -- Religious aspects -- Islam -- Congresses | Reconciliation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Congresses | Forgiveness -- Religious aspects -- Islam -- Congresses | Forgiveness -- Religious aspects -- Christianity -- Congresses | Sin -- Islam -- Congresses | Sin -- Christianity -- Congresses | Islam -- Relations -- Christianity -- Congresses | Christianity and other religions -- Islam -- Congresses | RELIGION -- Christian Life -- Social Issues | RELIGION -- Christianity -- General | RELIGION -- General | Christianity | Forgiveness -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Interfaith relations | Islam | Reconciliation -- Religious aspects -- Christianity | Sin -- Christianity | Sin -- IslamGenre/Form: Electronic books. | Conference papers and proceedings.Additional physical formats: Print version:: Sin, Forgiveness, and Reconciliation : Christian and Muslim Perspectives.DDC classification: 261.2/7 Online resources: Click Here for ONLINE ACCESS
Contents:
Overviews -- Sin, forgiveness, and reconciliation : a Christian perspective / Veli-Matti K�arkk�aomen -- Human sin, divine forgiveness and human reconciliation in Islam / Jonathan A.C. Brown -- Sin -- Changing places : understanding sin in relation to a graceful God / Christoph Schw�obel -- The concept of sin in the Qur'an in light of the story of Adam / Ayman Shabana -- Scripture dialogues on sin -- Dialogue 1 -- Romans 5:11-21 -- Genesis 3:1-24 -- Dialogue 2 -- Qur'an 7:10-27 -- Dialogue 3 -- Romans 7:14-25 -- Qur'an 7:177-179 -- Qur'an 2:18 -- Qur'an 12:53 -- Forgiveness -- Forgiveness and redemption in Christian understanding / Susan Eastman -- Divine forgiveness in Islamic scripture and thought / Mohammad Hassan Khalil -- Scripture dialogues on forgiveness -- Dialogue 4 -- Luke 15:11-32 -- Dialogue 5 -- Qur'an 103:1-3 -- Qur'an 39:53-59 -- Qur'an 6:128 -- Dialogue 6 -- Romans 8:1-4 -- Qur'an 11:106-108 -- Qur'an 78:21-30 -- Qur'an 7:40-43 -- Reconciliation -- Reconciliation between people : Christian perspectives / Philip Sheldrake -- Reconciliation and peacemaking in the Qur'an / Asma Afsaruddin -- Scripture dialogues on reconciliation -- Dialogue 7 -- Matthew 18:21-35 -- Dialogue 9 -- Qur'an 3:102-103 -- Qur'an 8:61-63 -- Dialogue 9 -- Ephesians 2:11-22 -- Qur'an 49:9-13; 60:7-9 -- Reflection -- Conversations in Virginia / Lucinda Mosher -- Index.
Summary: Launched in 2002 as an initiative of the office of the Archbishop of Canterbury and since 2013 under the stewardship of Georgetown University, the Building Bridges Seminar--a gathering of scholar-practitioners of Islam and Christianity--convenes annually for deep study and discussion of selected texts pertaining to an overarching theme such as scripture, prophethood, science and religion, and prayer. This book digests the proceedings of the thirteenth annual Building Bridges seminar, convened in and near Washington, DC in April 2014, during which a distinguished group of Muslims and Christians explored questions of sin, forgiveness, and reconciliation. Part I provides the complete texts of the opening lectures by Veli-Matti K�arkk�aomen and Jonathan A.C. Brown. Parts II-IV feature essays on the core concepts identified in the seminar theme, with contributions by Christoph Schw�obel, Ayman Shabana, Susan Eastman, Mohammad Hassan Khalil, Philip Sheldrake, and Asma Afsaruddin. In the concluding section Lucinda Mosher shares anecdotes and insights from the plenary and small-group discussions.
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Overviews -- Sin, forgiveness, and reconciliation : a Christian perspective / Veli-Matti K�arkk�aomen -- Human sin, divine forgiveness and human reconciliation in Islam / Jonathan A.C. Brown -- Sin -- Changing places : understanding sin in relation to a graceful God / Christoph Schw�obel -- The concept of sin in the Qur'an in light of the story of Adam / Ayman Shabana -- Scripture dialogues on sin -- Dialogue 1 -- Romans 5:11-21 -- Genesis 3:1-24 -- Dialogue 2 -- Qur'an 7:10-27 -- Dialogue 3 -- Romans 7:14-25 -- Qur'an 7:177-179 -- Qur'an 2:18 -- Qur'an 12:53 -- Forgiveness -- Forgiveness and redemption in Christian understanding / Susan Eastman -- Divine forgiveness in Islamic scripture and thought / Mohammad Hassan Khalil -- Scripture dialogues on forgiveness -- Dialogue 4 -- Luke 15:11-32 -- Dialogue 5 -- Qur'an 103:1-3 -- Qur'an 39:53-59 -- Qur'an 6:128 -- Dialogue 6 -- Romans 8:1-4 -- Qur'an 11:106-108 -- Qur'an 78:21-30 -- Qur'an 7:40-43 -- Reconciliation -- Reconciliation between people : Christian perspectives / Philip Sheldrake -- Reconciliation and peacemaking in the Qur'an / Asma Afsaruddin -- Scripture dialogues on reconciliation -- Dialogue 7 -- Matthew 18:21-35 -- Dialogue 9 -- Qur'an 3:102-103 -- Qur'an 8:61-63 -- Dialogue 9 -- Ephesians 2:11-22 -- Qur'an 49:9-13; 60:7-9 -- Reflection -- Conversations in Virginia / Lucinda Mosher -- Index.

Launched in 2002 as an initiative of the office of the Archbishop of Canterbury and since 2013 under the stewardship of Georgetown University, the Building Bridges Seminar--a gathering of scholar-practitioners of Islam and Christianity--convenes annually for deep study and discussion of selected texts pertaining to an overarching theme such as scripture, prophethood, science and religion, and prayer. This book digests the proceedings of the thirteenth annual Building Bridges seminar, convened in and near Washington, DC in April 2014, during which a distinguished group of Muslims and Christians explored questions of sin, forgiveness, and reconciliation. Part I provides the complete texts of the opening lectures by Veli-Matti K�arkk�aomen and Jonathan A.C. Brown. Parts II-IV feature essays on the core concepts identified in the seminar theme, with contributions by Christoph Schw�obel, Ayman Shabana, Susan Eastman, Mohammad Hassan Khalil, Philip Sheldrake, and Asma Afsaruddin. In the concluding section Lucinda Mosher shares anecdotes and insights from the plenary and small-group discussions.

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