Mary in the Qur'an

Mary in the Qur'an

Friend of God, Virgin, Mother

Muna Tatari, Klaus Von Stosch

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A sensitive consideration of Mary, mother of Jesus, in the Qur’an.

An entire chapter (surah) is dedicated to her, and she is the only woman mentioned by name in the Qur’an—indeed, her name appears more frequently than that of either Muhammad or Jesus. From the earliest times to the present day, Mary, the mother of Jesus, continues to be held in high regard by Christians and Muslims alike, yet she has also been the cause of much tension between these two religions.
 
In this groundbreaking study, Muna Tatari and Klaus von Stosch painstakingly reconstruct the picture of Mary that is presented in the Qur’an and show how veneration of the Blessed Virgin Mary in the Roman Catholic Church intersects and interacts with the testimony of the Qur’an. This sensitive and scholarly treatise offers a significant contribution to contemporary interfaith dialogue.
 


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Muna Tatari:
Muna Tatari is professor of Islamic systematic theology at the University of Paderborn and currently member of the German ethics council. Klaus von Stosch is Schlegel-Professor for Systematic Theology at Bonn university and head of the International Centre for Comparative Theology and Social Issues. Peter Lewis is a freelance translator and author. His recent translations include Asfa-Wossen Asserate’s King of Kings; Johannes Fried’s Charlemagne, Dierk Walter’s Colonial Violence; and Gunnar Decker’s Hesse.
 |||Muna Tatari is professor of Islamic systematic theology at the University of Paderborn and currently member of the German ethics council. Klaus von Stosch is Schlegel-Professor for Systematic Theology at Bonn university and head of the International Centre for Comparative Theology and Social Issues. Peter Lewis is a freelance translator and author. His recent translations include Asfa-Wossen Asserate’s King of Kings; Johannes Fried’s Charlemagne, Dierk Walter’s Colonial Violence; and Gunnar Decker’s Hesse.
 

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