Christianity and Islam: Global Perspectives

MISS 0785 (3)

Offers a comprehensive study of Islam: its main teachings and beliefs as well as its socio-political impact worldwide. A variety of topics such as the history of Christian-Muslim relationships and the conflicting political views on the relationship between religion and politics will be explored. Special emphases will be given to understanding theological differences between the Christian faith and Islam. Major theological themes such as human nature and sin, the person and work of Christ, the Trinity and the trustworthiness of the Bible will be studied and reflected upon theologically. Same as THEO 0785.
Course Code: MISS 0785 | Credit Hours: 3 | Seminary Graduate Course

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