ISRAEL AND CONTEMPORARY JEWISH-CHRISTIAN RELATIONS
A three-Part Spring 2015 Study Series
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Tuesdays, April 14, 21, and 28, 2015 | 7-9 p.m.
Facilitated by Profs. Philip A. Cunningham and Adam Gregerman
Haub Executive Suite, Large Lapsley Room, McShain Hall
For historical, theological, and political reasons, the subjects of the Land and State of Israel prompt intense and sometimes difficult conversations between Jews and Christians. Join us for a three-part series of interfaith dialogues in which we explore constructive ways of approaching these vitally important topics. We will consider diverse viewpoints on the subject both between and within our communities and the challenges they pose to interreligious relations.
Participants must register for the entire series by clicking HERE.
Space is limited: register Today!