International Journal of Humanities and Educational Research

Year:2021 Volume: 3 Issue: 5 Area: Religious sciences

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Nedia RABII
COMPARATIVE RELIGIONS, REALITY AND CHALLENGES: METHODOLOGICAL APPROACH
 
The branch of comparative religions has developed during the poste-globalisation era, and has gained great popularity worldwide for several reasons, among the most important events related to terrorism, which the western media has been attributing to demonized religions, especially Islam. This was one of the most inciting cognitive motives for conducting this study. However the main motive was to contribute to the renewal of the comparative religions curriculum, and avoid the traditional teaching and researches approaches whether it is accredited in Islamic universities and in fundamental and western traditional theology, these institutions are working excursively on whitewashing their religion and condemning other religions while ignoring the historical and geopolitical context. In conclusion this was the essence of this study about the methodological approach of comparative religions, and its various challenges through the exemplary comparison between the conservative Jewish woman and the Christian woman.

Keywords: History, Record, Curriul, Extremism

http://dx.doi.org/10.47832/2757-5403.5-3.19
 
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