Students of Comparative Religion
Students of comparative religion from Birmingham, UK have requested a number of books to aid them in their studies of the different religions. These books were not included in the standard list of beneficial books, but were specially requested for the specific studies of these students. They include: The History of Jewish Christianity: From the First to the Twentieth Century, The Dead Sea Scrolls and the Roots of Christianity and Islam: Re-Erecting the Fallen Tent of David in the Land North of Damascus, and Jews and Arabs: A Concise History of Their Social and Cultural Relations (Jewish, Judaism), among others.
These books will be helpful for the students in writing papers and studying for their exams insha allah. They will also be used in much needed debates and discussions. The wider community will benefit from these books too, in that seminars have already been planned based on these fascinating titles, educating the general Muslim public on the basic differences and similarities between our religion and others.
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