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Āmīd in the seventh-century Syriac life of Theodūte

Andrew Palmer

pages 111-138

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Answers for the shaykh: A "Melkite" Arabic text from Sinai and the doctrines of the Trinity and the Incarnation in "Arab Orthodox" apologetics

Sidney H. Griffith

pages 277-309

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Christian theologians and new questions

David Thomas

pages 257-276

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Copts and the Islam of the seventh century

Harald Suermann

pages 95-109

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Die islamische Zeit in Giwargis Wardas ʻOnita über die Katholikoi des Ostens

Martin Tamcke

pages 139-152

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The early Muslim raids into Anatolia and Byzantine reactions under Emperor Constans II

Walter E. Kaegi

pages 73-93

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The face to face encounter between Patriarch Sophronius of Jerusalem and the Caliph ʿUmar Ibn al-Khaṭṭāb : friends or foes?

Daniel J. Sahas

pages 33-44

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Folly to the Ḥunafāʾ : the crucifixion in early Christian-Muslim controversy

Mark N. Swanson

pages 237-256

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Ideological transformation and the evolution of imperial presentation in the wake of Islam's victory

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pages 45-71

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Islam and Oriens christianus : Makka 610-622 ad*

Irfan Shahīd

pages 9-31

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Muslim-Christian controversy in an unedited Syriac text : Revelations and testimonies about our Lord's dispensation

Muriel Debié

pages 225-235

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New Testament citations in the ḥadīth literature and the question of early Gospel translations into Arabic

David Cook

pages 185-223

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The perception and presentation of the Arab conquest in Syriac historiography: How did the changing social position of the Syrian Orthodox community influence the account of their historiographers?

Jan J. Van Ginkel

pages 171-184

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Political power and right religion in the East Syrian disputation between a monk of Bēt Ḥālē and Arab notable

Gerrit J. Reinink

pages 153-169

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