Hasan Askari was born in Hyderabad (India) in 1932. He received his MA and PhD in Sociology from Osmania University and later joined the same department in Osmania as a lecturer. He became a Reader in 1957 and remained in that post until joining Aligarh Muslim University in 1975. He worked there for a couple of years, after which he left India for Europe and eventually settled in England. During his stay in India, he wrote extensively on the question of modernity and faith, multi-religious society and dialogue, to name just some of the various areas of his work.
- Christian Faith
- Christian Theology
- Islamic Tradition
- Loving Kindness
- Islamic Belief
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Hasan Askari, Spiritual Quest — An Inter-Religious Dimension ( Pudsey: Seven Mirrors Publishing House, 1991 ), p. 124.
John Hick, and Hasan Askari, (eds.), The Experience of Religious Diversity ( London: Avebury Publishing Company, 1985 ), p. 191.
Hasan Askari, ‘Limits to Comparison: New Testament and Qur’an’, Newsletter (of the Centre for the Study of Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations), No. 5 (May 1981), p. 24.
Hasan Askari, ‘Christian Mission to Islam: A Muslim Response’, Journal Institute of Muslim Minority Affairs, Vol. VII, No. 2 (July 1986), p. 316.
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Siddiqui, A. (1997). Hasan Askari (1932—). In: Christian-Muslim Dialogue in the Twentieth Century. Palgrave Macmillan, London. https://doi.org/10.1057/9780230378230_6
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