Today’s guest is Dr. Joshua Ralston, Reader in Christian-Muslim Relations at the School of Divinity, University of Edinburgh and director and co-founder of the Christian-Muslim Studies Network. Dr. Ralston and the profs talk about diversity within Islam, conceptions and misconceptions of shari’a, anti-secularist discourse in Islam, Muslim critiques of Christianity and its relation to the state, as well as friendships and constructive approaches to dialogue with Muslims.
- Ralston, Law and the Rule of God: A Christian Engagement with Shari’a, https://www.amazon.com/Law-Rule-God-Christian-Engagement-dp-1108489826/dp/1108489826/
- Siddiqui, Christians, Muslims, and Jesus, https://www.amazon.com/Law-Rule-God-Christian-Engagement-dp-1108489826/dp/1108489826/
- Ayoub, A Muslim View of Christianity: Essays on Dialogue, https://www.amazon.com/Muslim-View-Christianity-Essays-Dialogue/dp/1570756902
- Goddard, A History of Christian-Muslim Relations, https://www.amazon.com/History-Christian-Muslim-Relations-Hugh-Goddard/dp/1566633400/
- Accad, Reynolds, Sacred Misinterpretation: Reaching across the Christian-Muslim Divide, https://www.amazon.com/Sacred-Misinterpretation-Reaching-across-Christian-Muslim-ebook/dp/B07SW8HZ5B/
- Ralston, Islam as a Christian Trope: The Place and Function of Islam in Reformed Dogmatic Theology, https://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/abs/10.1111/muwo.12220