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P. 100. , p. 106. Ibid. , p. 107. 2 Incarnation and Trialogue Dan Cohn-Sherbok INTRODUCTION At the 1980 Conference in Oxford of the Society for the Study of Theology, delegates were told that Abdus-Samad Sharafuddin of King Abdul-Aziz University in Jeddah sent the Society some copies of a short book he had recently written entitled, About the Myth of God Incarnate - An Impartial Survey of its Main Topics. 2 Sharafuddin begins his study by declaring that the Christian worship of Jesus as Lord is an act of open idolatry.
Isaiah 44: fr-20) What is ridiculed so powerfully here is not the use of images in the worship of God, but the worship of images as if they were God. To an outsider it is blatantly obvious that a piece of wood fashioned into an image is not the ultimate reality of life. But to a person who bows down to the wooden image it seems equally obvious that nothing is more valuable or significant or powerful than this god. He is passionately devoted to this one centre of meaning and strength for his life, and although eventually he will be disillusioned and 'ashamed' when he discovers how limited 36 Idolatry and Religious Faiths his god really is, in the meantime he will look at everything in the light of this one reality.
5. , p. 29. , p. 35. D. Cohn-Sherbok, 'Between Christian and jew', Theology, March 1980. Acts, 7. Jerusalem Talmud, Shabbat, 8. J. Schoeps, The Jewish Christian Argument (London: Faber & Faber, 1963), p. 23. , pp. 54-6. , pp. 78-94. , pp. 95-102. , pp. 146-58. J. Hick, God and the Universe of Faiths (London: Macmillan, 1975), p. 172. , p. 179. L. Mascall, Theology, July 1980, p. 282. D. Cockerell, Theology, July 1980, p. 282. Ibid. Ibid. 32 27. 28. 29. 30. 31. 32. 33. 34. 35. 36. 37. 38. 39. 40.
A Period of Time: A Study and Translation of Hadith 'isa Ibn Hisham by Muhammad Al-muwaylihi (St. Antony's Middle East Monographs) by Roger Allen