Crucible: October 2017
Muslim Ethics and Islam in Britain
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Editorial: A Muslim Social Ethics Struggling to Birth?
Dr Philip Lewis
Those Who Wipe Away the Tears
Beyond Identity Politics: Can Muslims develop a Narrative of the Common Good
Faith, Power and the State: A Starting-point for a Christian-Muslim Exchange
Dr Jonathan Chaplin
Dignity of Difference and Recognition of Interdependence: Reimagining Islamic Social Ethics within the Context of European Muslim Diaspora
Dr Abdullah Sahin
Forum: Ministry in Black and White
Crucible is an essential source of inspiration for all who are interested in Christian Social Ethics and the interaction of Church and Society. We believe that the Christian gospel is inescapably relevant to the social questions and upheavals of our times.
The themed articles of each issue are complemented by a shorter ‘Forum’ topic, and in-depth reviews of recently published books. Crucible renews the long tradition of social responsibility expressed by the churches of the British Isles. Contributors come from a wide range of religious belief and sympathy.
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