Religion

​​God and Man in Contemporary Christian Thought

Edited by Charles Malik

During the centennial of the American University of Beirut, two philosophy symposia were held on the general theme of God and Man In Contemporary Religious Thought. As Lebanon is a unique meeting place of the two great world religions of Christianity and Islam, one symposium was devoted to contemporary Christian thought. Ten of the papers are presented in this book, in the languages in which they were given, by scholars and churchmen from different traditions. Their subjects range from Philosophy and Faith in an Age of Science, to reflections on the ecumenical movement, and the oriental orthodox churches.

English (with Arabic and French), 1970, 198 pages, paper $7.

God and Man in Contemporary Islamic Thought

Edited by Charles Malik

During the centennial of the American University of Beirut, two philosophy symposia were held on the general theme of God and Man In Contemporary Religious Thought. As Lebanon is a unique meeting place of the two great world religions of Christianity and Islam, one symposium was devoted to contemporary Islamic thought. The papers are presented in this volume in the original languages in which they were delivered: eight in English, three in Arabic and one in French. A wide variety of subjects are covered, from Islam in Africa and Islamic law and contemporary issues, to Sufism and Muslim Art.

English and Arabic (with French), 1972, 326 pages, cloth $8.