ASMEA Member Prof. Francisco del Rio Sanchez of the University of Barcelona is the editor of the book titled, “Jewish Christianity and the Origins of Islam.” The book includes a series of research papers first presented at the Eighth Annual ASMEA Conference held in Washington, D.C. October 29 – 31, 2015.
Contributors to this publication include the following ASMEA presenters:
Guillaume Dye, Jewish Christianity, the Qurʾān, and Early Islam: Some methodological caveats
Robert Hoyland, The Jewish and/or Christian Audience of the Qurʾān and the Arabic Bible
Simon C. Mimouni, Du Verus Propheta Chrétien (Ébionite?) au Sceau des Prophètes musulman.
Francisco del Río Sanchez, Jewish-Christianity and Islamic Origins. The Transformation of a peripheral religious movement?
Carlos A. Segovia, The Jews and Christians of Pre-Islamic Yemen (Ḥimyar) and the Elusive Matrix of the Qurʾān’s Christology
Stephen Shoemaker, Jewish Christianity, Non-Trinitarianism, and the Beginnings of Islam
Holger Zellentin, Judaeo-Christian Legal Culture and the Qurʾān: The Case of Ritual Slaughter and the Consumption of Animal Blood