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- Author: Becker, C.H.
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Becker, C. H. - Chrisitanity and Islam
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Christianity and Islam
This is a short 2 chapter work on the difference between Christianity and Islam, dealing with the rise of Islam, the differences, and the influence of Islam upon Christianity. (This resource was converted from David Cox's TWModules.com.)
Christianity and Islam
Conclusion and Bibliography
Produced by Luiz Antonio de Souza and Distributed Proofreaders
BY C.H. BECKER, PH.D.
PROFESSOR OF ORIENTAL HISTORY IN THE COLONIAL INSTITUTE OF HAMBURG
TRANSLATED BY REV. H.J. CHAYTOR, M.A.
HEADMASTER OF PLYMOUTH COLLEGE
TABLE OF CONTENTS
The subject from different points of view: limits of treatment
The nature of the subject: the historical points of connection between Christianity and Islam
A. Christianity and the rise of Islam:
1. Muhammed and his contemporaries
2. The influence of Christianity upon the development of Muhammed
3. Muhammed’s knowledge of Christianity
4. The position of Christians under Muhammedanism
B. The similarity of Christian and Muhammedan metaphysics during the
1. The means and direction by which Christian influence affected
2. The penetration of daily life by the spirit of religion;
asceticism, contradictions and influences affecting the
development of a clerical class and the theory of
3. The theory of life in general with reference to the doctrine
4. The attitude of religion towards the State, economic life,
5. The permanent importance to Islam of these influences: the
doctrine of duties
7. Mysticism and the worship of saints
8. Dogma and the development of scholasticism
C. The influence of Islam upon Christianity:
The manner in which this influence operated, and the explanation
of the superiority of Islam
The influence of Muhammedan philosophy
The new world of European Christendom and the modern East
Conclusion. The historical growth of religion
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