Tag Archives: Christians
It’s the start of a new semester, a great time to remind your students to appreciate difference. Promote the value of cross-cultural relationships in your classes this year.
This article from Teaching Tolerance on how friendships develops across these differences. A toolkit is included to help students build cross-cultural friendships.
[ June 14, 2013; 10:00 am to 12:00 pm. ] The US Institute of Peace, Washington, DC will host an exciting discussion with two contemporary religious leaders from Egypt on the topic of “Current Challenges to Christian-Muslim Relations in Egypt,” June 14, 2013.
After decades of authoritarian rule, Egypt’s transition to democracy is tackling incredible challenges including political, social and economic reform, infrastructural development, and the [...]
CFA Deadline: Feb. 1, E-learning course “Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Europe: Modern Challenges,” UK
[ January 8, 2013 to January 31, 2013. ] Applications are now being accepted for the e-learning course, ” Jews, Christians, and Muslims in Europe: Modern Challenges” at the Woolf Institute in the United Kingdom.
Following two successful years, the course will commence in late February 2013. This three-part course focuses on the relationships between Jews, Christians, and Muslims and their impact in modern Europe, [...]
CFA Deadline: Sep. 14, Workshop on the Reception of Josephus by Jews and Christians from Late Antiquity to 1750, UK
[ August 14, 2012; 7:00 am; ] Applications are invited to participate in this workshop to be held at the Oxford Centre for Hebrew and Jewish Studies on January 7-8 2013. Bursaries to cover travel expenses and accommodation will be available for selected participants.
The workshop will be the first in a series as part of a project on the reception of Josephus [...]
The Center for Christian-Jewish Understanding of Sacred Heart University (CCJU) in Fairfield, Connecticut, draws together religious leaders, laity, scholars, theologians and educators to cultivate new seeds of mutual respect and develop programs and publications to overcome deep-seated antagonisms that recent progress has not yet healed.
The Cordoba Initiative is a multi-national, multi-faith organization dedicated to improving understanding and building trust among people of all cultures and religions.
The name Cordoba was chosen to symbolize the time in history when Muslims, Jews and Christians lived together in peace and harmony and created a prosperous center of intellectual, spiritual, [...]