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Key Concepts in Interreligious Discourses

Edited by: Georges Tamer
In collaboration with: Katja Thörner
Scientific Consultation: Asma Afsaruddin, Christoph Böttigheimer, Patrice Brodeur, Nader El-Bizri, Ghassan El-Masri, Elisabeth Gräb-Schmidt, Assaad Elias Kattan, Elke Morlok, Manfred Pirner,  and Kenneth Seeskin
e-ISSN 2513-1125

The book series Key Concepts in Interreligious Discourses (KCID) brings together academic studies of essential concepts and discourses in Judaism, Christianity and Islam. It offers a new approach to the study of these religions by investigating the original understandings and major developments of the central concepts responsible for shaping each one of these traditions. It also pays attention to the ways in which these concepts are related to one another. The aim of the series is to establish an archeology of religious knowledge, which can enable a new understanding of religious concepts as evolving products of living discourses that emerge under diverse historical and cultural circumstances. The series intends to create a new conceptual platform capable of engendering further interreligious discourses and fruitful interreligious exchange.