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Gottes Erster Name 
Walter Kardinal Kasper / Mouhanad Khorchide
God´s First Name
An Islamic-Christian discussion about mercy
With a preface by Annette Schavan

In various publications and initiatives, Walter Kardinal Kasper has made »mercy« a central theme in theology and pastoral care. For Mouhanad Khorchide, professor of Islamic Religious Education at the University of Münster, mercy is a central feature of a modern understanding of Islam.

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Übergänge 
Walter Homolka
Transitions
Observations of a rabbi
With a preface by Margot Käßmann

Walter Homolka is one of the most prolific representatives of contemporary Judaism in Germany and the founding rector of the first rabbinical seminary in Germany following the Holocaust. In this book he comments on contemporary happenings in terms of the Jewish worldview. Concrete events become opportunities to reveal ethical questioning, religious background, and political positions and to integrate them with a Jewish perspective on the world – with entertaining and often surprising results.

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Von Abba bis Zorn Gottes 
Paul Petzel / Norbert Reck (eds.)
From Abba to Zealots
Understanding Judaism and clarifying misperceptions

In the 20th century, the major Christian churches took a new look at Judaism, and at the highest levels. At the same time, however, some of the old generalizations still persist in worship services and in schools: from the supposedly angry God of the Old Testament to the Pharisees as the embodiment of petty rule-followers.

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Die Bibel im Koran 
Karl-Josef Kuschel
The Bible in the Quran
Foundations for interreligious discussion

This book is a scholarly and personal summation of Karl-Josef Kuschel’s two decades of study of the Bible and the Quran, newly revised and most importantly expanded to include the results of the latest scholarly research on the Quran. Thorough knowledge of the basics is a precondition for a culture of exchange between Jews, Christians, and Muslims that is based on mutual respect and allows trust to develop. This book by a dedicated scholar, which ranges from confrontation to integrated thinking, is itself an important contribution to this goal.

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Unter dem Schleier die Freiheit 
Khola Maryam Hübsch
Under the Veil of Freedom
What Islam Can Contribute to a Truly Emancipated Image of Women

It might seem absurd that Islam, of all things, has something to contribute to the image of an emancipated woman. In fact, it is considered one of the last bastions of the suppression and degradation of women. Khola Maryam Hübsch defends herself against this view of Islam, which she considers false and shortsighted.

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Der muslimische Witz 
Hadayatullah Hübsch
Muslim Humor

Islam is well acquainted with humor, and Muslims can laugh! This book proves it. This collection of Muslim jokes, collected from many countries and varied time periods, reflects the variety within Islam – from Mullah Nasreddin tall tales that stem from Persian to the trickster Goha in the Arab Near East to contemporary jokes.

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Zu Fuß nach Jerusalem 
Christian Rutishauser
Walking to Jerusalem
My Pilgrimage for Dialogue and Peace

Two men and two women set off from Switzerland, on foot, on an unusual pilgrimage: their goal is to celebrate Christmas in Jerusalem seven months later. Traveling through areas in crisis and regions characterized by religious tension, the group of pilgrims feels entirely committed to peaceful dialogue among religions.

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Festmahl am Himmelstisch 
Karl-Josef Kuschel
Feasting at the Heavenly Table
How Special Meals Unite Jews, Christians and Muslims

Jews celebrate Passover, Christians Easter, and Muslims ask God to send a table from Heaven where the faithful dine and find sustenance (Qur’an, Surah 5). Celebrating special meals establishes a strong connection between the three great religions, according to Karl-Josef Kuschel. Here this previously unrecognized bond is described in book form for the first time.

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Allah, Koran und Ramadan 
Annemarie Schimmel
Allah, the Qur'an and Ramadan
Daily Life and Tradition in Islam

In light of the religious diversity with which we are confronted in our multicultural society, examination of the great world religions is increasingly important.

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Weihnachten und der Koran 
Karl-Josef Kuschel
Christmas and the Qur’an

It is far too little known that an astonishing range of biblical tradition is incorporated in the Qur’an. That includes the Christmas story, found in Sura 19. Nowhere do the biblical and Qur’anic traditions overlap more significantly than in the story of the birth of Jesus.

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