Christianity/Islam: Perspectives on Esoteric Ecumenism : a New Translation with Selected Letters
World Wisdom, Inc, 2008 - 267 páginas
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The Problem of Moral Divergences
The Idea of The Best in Religions
Images of Islam
Dilemmas of Muslim Scholasticism
Paradise as Theophany
Selections from Letters and Other Previously
The Spiritual Virtues according to Saint Francis of Assisi
Glossary of Foreign Terms and Phrases
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