The work is mentioned by Ibn al-Nadīm, Fihrist, p. 220 (margin). It was evidently a defense of the Islamic view of paradise as a place of sensory pleasures in response to Christian attacks, such as can be found in the near-contemporary Syriac Legend of Sergius Baḥīrā (q.v…
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“ Kitāb ʿalā l-Naṣārā fī l-naʿīm wa-l-akl wa-l-shurb fī l-ākhira wa ʿalā jamīʿ man qāla bi-ḍiddi dhālika”, in:
Christian-Muslim Relations 600 - 1500, General Editor David Thomas.
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