Online Course in Jewish-Muslim Relations Begins for 2019
On Monday 14 January 2019, the online course Bridging the Great Divide: the Jewish-Muslim Encounter began for its 7th year.
The online course, jointly run by the Woolf Institute and the American University in Washington, is a unique transatlantic collaboration brought to life by the efforts of Dr Edward Kessler and Professor Akbar Ahmed. The course brings together participants from around the world to discuss and explore the complexities of interreligious dialogue, with students this year hailing from Bosnia-Herzegovina, Germany, Iran, Ireland, Japan, Morocco, Netherlands, Saudi Arabia, United Kingdom and United States.
The course explores the history, culture and theology of Muslims and Jews, whilst offering practical strategies for building bridges between the communities.
If you are interested in Woolf Institute online courses, please visit the online courses page or contact Dr Emma Harris. The Institute is currently accepting applications for Religion is..., details of which can be found here.
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