I am happy to announce the forthcoming publication of my seventh book – People of the Book – Prophet Muhammad’s Encounters with Christians.
People of the Book will be published in May 2021 by Hurst Publishers, an independent non-fiction publisher based in the Bloomsbury area of London. Hurst specializes in books on global affairs and has lists in Islamic Studies.
Here is the book description:
The Christians that lived around the Arabian Peninsula during Muhammad’s lifetime are shrouded in mystery. Some of the stories of the Prophet’s interactions with them are based on legends and myths, while others are more authentic and plausible. But who exactly were these Christians? Why did Muhammad interact with them as he reportedly did? And what lessons can today’s Christians and Muslims learn from these encounters?
Scholar Craig Considine, one of the most powerful global voices speaking in admiration of the prophet of Islam, provides answers to these questions. Through a careful study of works by historians and theologians, he highlights an idea central to Muhammad’s vision: an inclusive Ummah, or Muslim nation, rooted in citizenship rights, interfaith dialogue, and freedom of conscience, religion and speech. In this unprecedented sociological analysis of one of history’s most influential human beings, Considine offers groundbreaking insight that could redefine Christian and Muslim relations.
People of the Book will be sold for £20 (or approximately $25).
3 thoughts on “People of the Book – Prophet Muhammad’s Encounters with Christians”
Dear Dr. Considine,
I am very interested in the book and I would like to buy it when published next year. Can I order it now ?
Best regards, Sri Utami
Op ma 12 okt. 2020 14:39 schreef Dr. Considine’s Blog :
> Dr. Craig Considine posted: ” I am happy to announce the forthcoming > publication of my seventh book – People of the Book – Prophet Muhammad’s > Encounters with Christians. People of the Book will be published in May > 2021 by Hurst Publishers, an independent non-fiction publisher ” >
Seems like a great piece of work!