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, Interreligiousrelations, Judeo-Arabic
literature, Karaite Bible exegesis, Karaite grammatical works, Majaz.
Miriam Goldstein: The Hebrew University of Jerusalem, firstname.lastname@example.org
The medieval Karaite grammarian and exegete Abu l-Faraj Harun b. al-Faraj, who
lived in Jerusalem in the first half of the 5th/11th century, was a voracious and
broad reader of the literature available in Arabic, in a variety of genres. Earlier
studies have demonstrated his breadth of reading in the genre of grammar, usul
al-nahw, and have shown that in his own compositions
. Critical comments are made on the content of the resource statem-
ents and on the role of church leadership declarations on interreligious dialogue. Finally the
author calls for further differentiation as regards the appreciation and understanding of the
phenomenon of interreligiousrelations. He pleads for the alternative of theologically motivated
respect for the religious other in the form of a theology of interreligiousrelations.
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