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The Call of the Minaret. Kenneth Cragg reveals that the call to prayer contains summons for Christians and Muslims alike in an uplifting book, bringing new perspective to interfaith relations. Buy from Amazon UK. Buy from Waterstones. Buy from Amazon US. The Book Taking the Muslim call to prayer as his starting point, the author unravels the significance of the muezzin's haunting cry, considering prophethood, prayer, politics and community to present a more complete understanding of Islam.
It becomes clear that the Islamic call to prayer transcends the boundaries of religion, containing a summons for Christians and Muslims alike. Bringing new perspective to interfaith relations, this revealing book with appeal to the faithful throughout the world. About the Author Kenneth Cragg has written extensively on the subject of Muslim-Christian relations, and his books have become classics in their field.
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The Call of the Minaret
Ours, surely, is an age that more than any other multiplies words. In print and speech, press and radio, we use them in great quantity. But perhaps the quality of intention in the words we use was never less. Many of them, at any rate -- unlike coins-lose value in the frequency of their currency.