Jesus of Arabia

Jesus of Arabia
AED 95.00

A pioneering work in the field of Islamic-Christian relations, Jesus of Arabia highlights the connections between the cultural world of Jesus Christ and the Islamic cultural world of the Arabian Gulf. The book takes a look at the bridges between Islam and Christianity and how the two religions mirror each other, despite their differences.

The Reverend Canon Andrew Thompson uses his experience as a priest in the Church of England and his many years living in the Middle East to analyse the often conflicting roles and loyalties concerning family, culture and God. Jesus of Arabia is a timely and incisive work that invites us to consider the contemporary views held of the Middle East and how a figure like Jesus Christ might be received today.

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978 1 86063 460 4
About the Author

The Reverend Canon Andrew Thompson MBE is Senior Chaplain of St Andrew’s Anglican Church in Abu Dhabi. He holds degrees in Behavioural Sciences and Islamic Studies, and trained to be a priest for the Church of England at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford. He was ordained in Derby Cathedral. Over the years he has served the Church in the UK and in several countries across the Middle East and the Gulf. His previously authored The Christian Church in Kuwait: Religious Freedom in the Gulf. In 2011 he was awarded an MBE by Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II for services to human rights and for promoting interfaith dialogue between Christians and Muslims.

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Author NameAndrew Thompson
ISBN978 1 86063 460 4
Extent212 pages
Height135 mm
Width215 mm
Weight0.9000
FormatPaperback
RightsWorldwide
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