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Bahkou, Abjar

Resident Scholar, Arabic
Baylor University
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Abjar Bahkou is Senior Lecturer  of Arabic literature, culture and language at Baylor University. He received his Ph.D. in 2008 in Islamic Studies from the Pontifical Institute of Arabic and Islamic Studies and his Ph.D. in Education in 1998 from Salesian Pontifical University both in Rome, Italy. He is fluent in Arabic, Syriac (Classical Aramaic), English, Italian, French and Hebrew (Biblical). He is the author of numerous publications on Islamic and Christian studies. One of which is the Christian Legend of Monk Bakira

 

Defending_Christian_Faith Defending Christian Faith: The Fifth Part of the Chrisitan Apology of Gerasimus
by Abjar Bahkou, De Gruyter Open Ltd, Warsaw/Berlin, 2014.

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