302 Seiten, kart.,
15,5 cm x 22,5 cm, 2020
Theologians are increasingly according due weight to the insight that an understanding of the divine message in the three monotheistic religions requires a genealogical approach that entails deciphering the interactions between intellectual history and discourse in the scriptures. Alongside a traditional theological approach proceeding on the basis of comparing and contrasting monotheistic beliefs, a comparative hermeneutic methodology drawing on semiotics and textual analysis has emerged as promising.
Mohammed Nekroumi holds the chair of Islamic-Religious Studies with the focus on Discourse Analysis and Jurisprudence at the Department for Islamic-Religious Studies at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg since 2015.
Lutz Edzard holds the chair of Arabic and Semitic Studies at the Friedrich-Alexander-University Erlangen-Nürnberg since 2013.