Research and other papers of James Windrow Sweetman (d 1966), comprise boxes of notes and folders containing: transcripts, extracts, outlines, planning notes, correspondence, bibliographies and printed material; relating to Christianity, Islam, and relations between the religions' missions.
Papers of James Windrow Sweetman
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- ReferenceGB 150 DA42
- Dates of Creation1930-1959
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- Language of MaterialEnglish Arabic Syriac
- Physical Description6 shelves
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Administrative / Biographical History
James Windrow Sweetman was Vice-Principal of the Henry Martyn School of Islamics at Aligarh, and then Professor of Islamics at the Selly Oak College, Birmingham. His publications include: Islam and Christian theology: a study of the interpretation of theological ideas in the two religions (Part 1, volume 1, Preparatory historical survey of the early period Volume 2, The theological position at the close of the period of Christian ascendancy in the Near East . Part 2, Volume 1, Historical survey of the second period Volume 2, Mediaeval scholastic developments (Lutterworth Press, 1945, 1947, 1955, 1967), and The Bible in Islam (British and Foreign Bible Society, 1953). He died in 1966.
Reference: University of Birmingham, Special Collections Department, Online Archive Catalogue ( http://calmview.bham.ac.uk/ ). Accessed May 2002.
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