Charity in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Traditions

Charity in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic Traditions

by Julia R. Lieberman (Editor), Michal Jan Rozbicki (Editor)
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This collection compares and contrasts the historical practice of charity among the three Abrahamic religions of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. The international group of contributors analyzes such topics as virtue, poverty, wealth, and justifications for charity with an aim toward intercultural understanding.

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Contributors
Thomas Adam (Collaborator), Dauda Abubakar (Collaborator), Yaron Ayalon (Collaborator), Gregory R. Beabout (Collaborator), Philip R. Gavitt (Collaborator), Fatih Harpci (Collaborator), Melinda Jones (Collaborator), Julia R. Lieberman (Collaborator), Mario Ricca (Collaborator), Elizabeth Patricia Rigotti (Collaborator), Michal Jan Rozbicki (Collaborator), Haim Sperber (Collaborator), Riki Galia (Collaborator), Tahir Zaman (Collaborator)
Publication Date
July 25, 2017
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Page count
274
ISBN
9781498560863
Paper ISBN
9781498560856