Leo D. Lefebure
Leo D. Lefebure teaches theology at Georgetown University and is the author of True and Holy: Christian Scripture and Other Religions (Orbis Books).
Anton Wessels emphasizes points of convergence among the Abrahamic religions, even assimilating their scriptural perspectives into a single story. It's an audacious wager, and not without dangers.
reviewed by Leo D. Lefebure July 23, 2014
God's all-encompassing love enters the world in the person of Jesus Christ, through the power of the Spirit.
A few decades ago Qatar was a tribal society with an economy based largely on fishing, pearl harvesting and camel and horse breeding. In 1995 a bloodless coup set the stage for the modernization of the country’s oil and gas industries. Qatar’s economy grew 24 percent in 2006 alone, and its per capita income that year was $61,540. Today Qatar is on track to become the wealthiest nation (on a per capita basis) in the world.
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