Audio/Video Bundle: Abraham’s Children: Encounters Between Christians, Jews, and Muslims + The Bible and the Qur’an: A Comparative Study - 15 Discs Total

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Audio/Video Bundle: Abraham’s Children: Encounters Between Christians, Jews, and Muslims + The Bible and the Qur’an: A Comparative Study - 15 Discs Total

  • The Catholic University of America
  • Tisch Family Associate Professor of Islamic Studies and Theology
  • University of Notre Dame
2 Course Bundle: 42 Lectures (15 Discs including Electronic Study Guides)

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This is a special discounted price for a bundle of these two programs:

Abraham’s Children: Encounters Between Christians, Jews, and Muslims *
Audio CD program by Professor Wilhelmus Valkenberg, Ph.D., M.A., M.Div.

The Bible and the Qur’an: A Comparative Study
Video DVD program by Prof. Gabriel Said Reynolds, Ph.D.

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Topic Titles
Topic Titles
Abraham’s Children: Encounters Between Christians, Jews, and Muslims
  • Introduction: The Notion of Abrahamic religions
  • Lumen Gentium 16 and Nostra Aetate 3-4
  • Pope John XXIII and the Declaration about the Jews
  • Pope Paul VI and the Relation to Non-Christians
  • Fifty Years After Nostra Aetate
  • Different Approaches to Abraham
  • Abraham and His Family in Genesis 12-25
  • The Significance of Abraham according to Jon Levenson
  • The Role of Abraham in the New Testament
  • Arguing About Abraham: the Qur’ān
  • Late Antiquity as Context for Abrahamic Encounters
  • Intertwined Worlds: Boyarin, Lazarus-Yafeh, and Nirenberg
  • Reuven Firestone on Models of Divine Election
  • Learned Ignorance
  • David Burrell and the “Hidden Presence of God” in Aquinas
  • Divine Agency and Human Freedom
  • Toward a Jewish–Christian–Muslim Comparative Theology
  • Jewish Initiatives in Interfaith Dialogue: Dabru Emet and the ICJS
  • Pope Benedict XVI and the Regensburg Address
  • A Contemporary Muslim Voice: The Common Word Document
  • Lessons from Dialogue with Jews for Dialogue with Muslims

 

The Bible and the Qur’an: A Comparative Study
  • Introduction to the Life of the Prophet Muhammad and the Qur’an
  • The Structure of the Qur’an
  • The Historical Development of the Qur’anic Text
  • The Punishment Stories
  • The Afterlife and The Blessings of Nature
  • Angels, Demons, and the Cosmos
  • The God of the Qur’an
  • Adam in the Qur’an
  • Abraham and Moses in the Qur’an
  • Jesus in the Qur’an
  • The Qur’an on the Bible
  • A Christian Interpretation of the Qur’an?
  • The Uncertainty of the Muslim Exegetes
  • Reconsidering the Qur’an and the Life of the Prophet
  • The Qur’an’s Self-Understanding
  • The Development of Exegesis in Islamic Tradition
  • The Qur’an and Islamic Law
  • The Qur’an and Islamic Mysticism
  • The Qur’an and Society
  • The Qur’an, Marriage, and Sex
  • The Qur’an, Violence, and Peace
About Your Presenter

Gabriel S. Reynolds is Professor of Islamic Studies and Theology in the Department of Theology at Notre Dame, where he researches the Qur'an and Muslim-Christian relations. A Catholic, he received his Ph.D. in Islamic Studies from Yale University, where his dissertation, A Muslim Theologian in the Sectarian Milieu (published by Brill in 2004), won the Field Prize. He is the author of The Qur'an and Its Biblical Subtext (Routledge, 2010) and of The Emergence of Islam (Fortress, 2012), the translator of 'Abd al-Jabbar’s Critique of Christian Origins (BYU, 2008), and the editor of The Qur'an in Its Historical Context (Routledge, 2008) and New Perspectives on the Qur'an: The Qur'an in Its Historical Context 2 (Routledge, 2011). 

Prof. Reynolds is currently Chair of the Executive Board of the International Qur'anic Studies Association. At Notre Dame, he teaches courses on theology, Muslim/Christian Relations, and Islamic Origins. Prof. Reynolds has been a visiting professor at the Université de Saint Joseph in Lebanon and at the&n...

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Wilhelmus “Pim” Valkenberg, M.A., M.Div., is an expert on interreligious dialogue. He is Ordinary Professor of Religion and Culture at the Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., where he serves as the Director of the Institute for Interreligious Studies and Dialogue.

Prof. Valkenberg was born in the Netherlands. He studied theology and religious studies in Utrecht, earning his M.A. in theology and his M.Div. in pastoral studies. From 1987 to 2007, he was an assistant and later associate professor of dogmatic theology and the theology of religions at the Catholic University of Nijmegen (Netherlands). There, in 1991, he helped found the Department of Religious Studies with a focus on interreligious dialogue.

At different points in his career, Prof. Valkenberg has been a visiting fellow at the Catholic University of Leuven (Belgium), St. Augustine’s College in Johannesburg (South Africa), and the University of Notre Dame (Indiana). Between 2006 and 2011 he was a visiting professor and an associate professor of theology at Loyola University Maryland.

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