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“And on the third day…” The Resurrection of Jesus of Nazareth 2-12

The life of Jesus of Nazareth ended on a Friday afternoon in the springtime of what was probably 30 A.D. Born not long before the death of Herod the Great in 4 B.C., he would have been in his early thirties at his own death. Present at his end were a few of his followers, […]

The Gospel, the Qur’an and the Mishnah in Conversation 3-12

The assumption that sits beneath the monotheistic faith of Jews, Christians and Muslims is that God, the creator of the universe and of everything in it, has chosen, “at sundry times and divers manners,” to communicate with His human creatures. Early on the converse seems to have had a social quality, as when God strolled […]