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Published online by Cambridge University Press:  27 July 2023

Matthew D. Taylor
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Institute for Islamic, Christian, and Jewish Studies, Maryland
Amir Hussain
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Loyola Marymount University, California
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Salafi Muslims in Evangelical Christians' America
, pp. 322 - 340
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