Kenneth Cragg on the Intersection of Faiths
Kenneth Cragg was one of the West’s most gifted interpreters of Islam and one of the most well-known figures of the Middle Eastern Church. During his 45 years in the Middle East, Cragg was an assistant Bishop of Jerusalem and scholar, he focussed on the Christian understanding of other faiths, particularly Islam. A major figure in Christian-Muslim conversations he was a prolific writer whose books became a forum of intellectual debate about Islam and Christian-Muslim relations. This set re-issues two of his lesser-known but no less important books, which illustrate his deep knowledge of the Qur’ān and his lifelong interest in Islamic and Christian theology.
1. Kenneth Cragg The Mind of the Qur'ān 978-1-032-18473-9
2. Muhammad ‘Abduh. Translated from the Arabic by Isḥāq Musa’ad and Kenneth Cragg The Theology of Unity 978-1-032-18489-0.