Crossing confessional boundaries exemplary lives in Jewish, Christian, and Islamic traditions

"Arguably the single most important element in Abrahamic cross-confessional relations has been an ongoing mutual interest in perennial spiritual and ethical exemplars of one another's communities. Ranging from Late Antiquity through the Middle Ages, Crossing Confessional Boundaries explore...

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Author / Creator: Renard, John, 1944- (Author)
Format: eBook Electronic
Language:English
Imprint: Oakland, California University of California Press [2020]
Series:S. Mark Taper Foundation imprint in Jewish studies.
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505 0 |a Introduction: Metaphor, method, and the three "sources" of hagiographic narrative -- Part one. Geographies shared -- Historical/anthropological perspectives -- Part two. Hagiographies compared -- literary perspectives: form, content, and function -- Part three. Dramatis personae: history, authority, and community 
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