Living Theology York 2019 - Reading Lists

“Children of Abraham” - Interfaith Topics    
[Living Theology York, 2019, with The Newman Association]

Book List

If you would like to do some preparatory reading, or to follow-up a course with reading afterwards, then our Course Leaders have made the follow suggestions:

Course A: ‘An Introduction to Islam’

Understanding Islam: the first ten steps, by C.T.R.Hewer (SCM Press, 2006)

Course B: ‘John Henry Newman and the Oxford Movement’

John Henry Newman: A Mind Alive, by Roderick Strange (Darton, Longman & Todd, 2008 )

What Was the Oxford Movement? by George Herring ( Continuum, 2002)

Course C: ‘Christian-Muslim relations’

Dialogue and Difference: clarity in Christian-Muslim relations,
by Christian W. Troll (Orbis books, 2009)

Course D: ‘British Jews and Judaism’

Faith and Practice: a guide to Reform Judaism today, by Rabbi Jonathan Romain
(London: Reform Synagogues of Great Britain, 1991)

Another Way, Another Time: Religious Inclusivism and the Sacks Chief Rabbinate,
by Meir Persoff (Boston: Academic Studies Press, 2010)

Uncivil War: the Israel conflict in the Jewish community, by Keith Kahn-Harris
(London: David Paul, 2014)

The Beginnings of Jewishness: boundaries, varieties, uncertainties, by Shaye J D Cohen  (Berkeley: University of California Press, 1999)

Living Theology York 2019