Response to Hijazi’s “The Ground of Our Being: Muslim Heritage, Identity and Connectedness – A Personal Reflection”
Keywords:Islam, Muslims, spiritual care, chaplaincy
This article is a response to the personal reflection of Mohammad Ali Hijazi titled The Ground of Our Being: Muslim heritage, identity and connectedness (located within this edition of HSCC). As a critique of Hijazi’s article, the authors (a Jew and a Muslim) provide a collaborative rejoinder that addresses five main issues, namely, the historical relationship between Islam and non-Muslims, victimhood experiences by Muslims and other migrants, pastoral issues and evangelism, issues of social justice and spiritual care to Muslims.
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