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Do Jews, Christians, & Muslims Worship the Same God?

By Jacob Neusner, Baruch A. Levine, Bruce D. Chilton, and Vincent J. Cornell
Epilogue by Martin E. Marty

What People Are Saying

Th. Emil Homerin"This is a valuable collection of insightful and stimulating comparative essays challenging exclusivist interpretations of faith and calling for tolerance and mutual respect among religions in the interest of peace and human survival."
—Th. Emil Homerin, University of Rochester

"A passionate call for mutual trust for delving not only into the counterpoints among the religions but also the enormous differences within the religions themselves. The consequences of ending the conversation are too awful to contemplate."
—M. Douglas Meeks, Vanderbilt University Divinity School

"The 'same God' question is possibly the most important question that we must tackle as a foundation for successful living together and healthy interfaith dialogue. This book is an invitation to think hard on what matters most."
—Alon Goshen-Gottstein, The Elijah Interfaith Institute

"Refusing to accept only 'liberal' or 'conservative' answers to this critical question, the book calls for depth of understanding rather than simple answers."
—Ted Campbell, Perkins School of Theology, Southern Methodist University

"A major contribution to interfaith understanding without platitudes or easy answers."
—Stephen P. Bauman, Christ Church, New York City, and A Partnership of Faith, a consortium of congregational leaders

"This book is a substantive resource to open conversations that are essential if we are to practice our faith with integrity."
—Lovett H. Weems, Jr., Wesley Theological Seminary