John of Damascus and Islam: Christian Heresiology and the Intellectual Background to Earliest Christian-Muslim Relations

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  title={John of Damascus and Islam: Christian Heresiology and the Intellectual Background to Earliest Christian-Muslim Relations},
  author={Peter Schadler},
  year={2017}
}
In John of Damascus and Islam, Schadler offers a reassessment of the Christian application of the term heresy to Islam, and the description of the new religion made by John of Damascus in the eighth century C.E. 

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