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Christian hospitality and Muslim immigration in an age of fear / Matthew Kaemingk.

By: Kaemingk, Matthew, 1981- [author.].
Material type: materialTypeLabelBookPublisher: Grand Rapids, Michigan : William B. Eerdmans Publishing Company, [2018]Copyright date: ©2018Description: xiv, 338 pages ; 23 cm.Content type: text Media type: unmediated Carrier type: volumeISBN: 9780802874580; 0802874584.Subject(s): Hospitality -- Religious aspects | Emigration and immigration -- Religious aspects | Missions to Muslims | Christianity and other religions -- Islam | Islam -- Relations -- ChristianityDDC classification: 261.2/7
Contents:
Foreword / by James K. A. Smith -- Introduction: My enemy, too -- Part 1: Mecca and Amsterdam: a case study. The myth of multiculturalism ; Marginalizing Islam ; Interlude: a Christian defense of Islam? -- Part 2: Christian pluralism: a history. The emergence of Christian pluralism ; Kuyper's deconstruction of uniformity ; Kuyper's construction of plurality ; Interlude: beyond Kuyper -- Part 3: Christian pluralism: a future. Pluralism and Christ ; Pluralism and worship ; Pluralism and action -- Part 4: Islam and Christian pluralism in America. Islam and Christianity in America ; Muslim spaces in America ; American evangelicals and Islam: the pluralist option -- Epilogue: The politics of Holy Week.
Summary: An alternative, uniquely Christian response to the growing global challenges of deep religious difference. In the last fifty years, millions of Muslims have migrated to Europe and North America. Their arrival has ignited a series of fierce public debates on both sides of the Atlantic about religious freedom and tolerance, terrorism and security, gender and race, and much more. How can Christians best respond to this situation? In this book theologian and ethicist Matthew Kaemingk offers a thought-provoking Christian perspective on the growing debates over Muslim presence in the West. Rejecting both fearful nationalism and romantic multiculturalism, Kaemingk makes the case for a third way--a Christian pluralism that is committed to both the historic Christian faith and the public rights, dignity, and freedom of Islam--from publisher.
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 306-325) and index.

Foreword / by James K. A. Smith -- Introduction: My enemy, too -- Part 1: Mecca and Amsterdam: a case study. The myth of multiculturalism ; Marginalizing Islam ; Interlude: a Christian defense of Islam? -- Part 2: Christian pluralism: a history. The emergence of Christian pluralism ; Kuyper's deconstruction of uniformity ; Kuyper's construction of plurality ; Interlude: beyond Kuyper -- Part 3: Christian pluralism: a future. Pluralism and Christ ; Pluralism and worship ; Pluralism and action -- Part 4: Islam and Christian pluralism in America. Islam and Christianity in America ; Muslim spaces in America ; American evangelicals and Islam: the pluralist option -- Epilogue: The politics of Holy Week.

An alternative, uniquely Christian response to the growing global challenges of deep religious difference. In the last fifty years, millions of Muslims have migrated to Europe and North America. Their arrival has ignited a series of fierce public debates on both sides of the Atlantic about religious freedom and tolerance, terrorism and security, gender and race, and much more. How can Christians best respond to this situation? In this book theologian and ethicist Matthew Kaemingk offers a thought-provoking Christian perspective on the growing debates over Muslim presence in the West. Rejecting both fearful nationalism and romantic multiculturalism, Kaemingk makes the case for a third way--a Christian pluralism that is committed to both the historic Christian faith and the public rights, dignity, and freedom of Islam--from publisher.

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