This volume takes us back to the roots of Christianity and exemplifies the significance of Syriac Theology for our time.
Bringing together articles by scholars from diverse disciplines, this volume aims at a deeper understanding of the legacy, importance, and challenges of Syriac Theology. The articles in the first part of the volume focus on the biblical, exegetical, and christological tradition of the Syriac Orthodox Church. The articles in the second part of the volume explore the dialogical intertextuality between Syriac Christianity, Rabbinic Judaism, and the Quran.
Martina Aras has a Phd in Comparative Theology with focus on Healing Theology and Systematic Theology.
Charbel Rizk did a Phd in Comparative Theology in Paderborn with an interest in early Syriac Tradition and the Quran.
Klaus von Stosch is Professor of Catholic Theology and its Didactics at the University of Paderborn.