Theology and Religion Postgraduate modules

Please note: due to study leave etc not every module is available every year. Please check with the Department to see what is running in a given year

Christain-Muslin Relations: Origins and Issues 

The module assesses the historical, cultural and intellectual developments in relations between Christians and Muslims from the foundation of Islam in the 7th century to the first Crusades in the 12th century, identifying the main religious and social attitudes that were gradually formed on either side, and the scriptural and cultural bases that underlay them. It goes on to examine present-day attitudes between the faiths, and the extent to which these are built on, continue and reflect the attitudes of the formative centuries.

Open to: all students

Module convenor: Professor David Thomas

Assessment: 4000 word essay

Background reading: H. Goddard, A History of Christian-Muslim Relations, Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press, 2000

Value: 20 credits

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