UNDERSTANDING SCRIPTURE IN JUDAISM, CHRISTIANITY AND ISLAM IN THE PRE-MODERN ORIENT
Author(s): G. Tamer & R. Grundmann & A.E. Kattan & K. Pinggéra
Reviewed by: Rumman Ahmed, London, UK
This is a wonderfully diverse and large volume of essays on scriptural exegesis from the perspective of one of the three ‘Abrahamic’ faiths that include pieces offering a comparative perspective on narratives cutting across multiple traditions. I will limit my review to my area of expertise, Islamic studies, and thereby focus upon those articles I feel qualified to critically comment upon.