The Canonization of al-Bukhārī and Muslim: The Formation and Function of the Sunnī Ḥadīth Canon by Jonathan AC Brown. This is his doctoral dissertation. The blurb states: The two ‘Authentic’ ḥadīth collections of al-Bukhārī and Muslim are the most famous books… Read More ›
Judaism, Christianity and Islam all share the concept of divine revelation being sent down by God for the benefit and guidance of mankind. Islam acknowledges the scripture that was revealed to Moses, the Tawrah, as well as the scripture that… Read More ›
Have you read this new book? A refreshing take on biblical hermeneutics today by a top Yale scholar. Much food for thought.
He argues for an anti-foundationalist postmodern hermeneutic but still professes belief in the orthodox Christological creeds. He wants to have his cake and eat it too. But he’s an astute NT scholar & the book contains many insightful comments on… Read More ›
In the end I didn’t buy this book as my Arabic is not good enough to follow the discussion, but it is a new scholarly work that a must read for those who can. As an undergraduate studying the Bible… Read More ›