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Christ in Islam and Christianity : the representation of Jesus in the Qur'ān and the classical Muslim commentaries

@inproceedings{Robinson1991ChristII,
  title={Christ in Islam and Christianity : the representation of Jesus in the Qur'ān and the classical Muslim commentaries},
  author={Neal Robinson},
  year={1991}
}
Preface - Introduction - Jesus in the Qur' n - s through Christian Eyes - s and the Church Historian - Muhammad and the Christians - Muhammad and Jesus - Currents and Encounters - Shi'ites and Sufis - Classical Exegesis - Jesus' Return: Qur'an 4:159 - Jesus' Return: Continued - The Crucifixion: Non-Muslim Approaches - The Meaning of the Verb Tawaffa - Muslim Interpretation of Shubbiha La-Hum - The Miracles: Creating Birds from Clay - The Miracles: Raising the Dead to Life - The Virginal… 
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