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Judeo- +‎ Islamo- +‎ Christian



Judeo-Islamo-Christian (not comparable)

  1. Of or pertaining to Judaism, Islam, and Christianity.
    • 1987, Göran Aijmer, editor, Symbolic Textures: Studies in Cultural Meaning[1], Acta Universitatis Gothoburgensis, →ISBN, →OL, page 25:
      Receiving a Merina blessing is not just the receipt of supernatural benediction, as it is in the Judeo-Islamo-Christian tradition, it is something which materially transforms inwardly, as though it were a kind of internal coral.
    • 1990, Chibli Mallat, “Islamic Family Law: Variations on State Identity and Community Rights”, in Chibli Mallat, Jane Frances Connors, editors, Islamic Family Law, Brill, →ISBN, →OL, pages 5–6:
      Because the Middle East is the cradle of the Judeo-Islamo-Christian paradigm, the sectarian milieu, as John Wansbrough put it in a fundamental book on the semantic structure of religions,24 has remained relevant worldwide.
    • 2008, “Friendship Above All”, in Teresa Lavender Fagin, transl., Islam & the West: A Conversation With Jacques Derrida, University of Chicago Press, translation of original by Mustapha Chérif, →ISBN, →OL, page xxi:
      Whereas the Classical West was Judeo-Islamo-Christian and Greco-Arab, we have been led to believe that it was only Greco-Roman and Judeo-Christian.





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