Tri-Faith Initiative offers opportunities to explore interfaith topics in greater depth through a selection of engaging courses.
Each Tri-Faith course incorporates diverse perspectives, facilitates fruitful dialogue, and supports meaningful learning that advances interfaith relationships and understanding.
Abrahamic Religions in Dialogue
Abrahamic Religions in Dialogue is a course series about the facts – historical, theological, ritual, and sociological – about Judaism, Christianity, and Islam, analyzing their inter-relationships historically and in our contemporary world.
Each course builds upon the next, focusing on different components of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam:
Foundations of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
Crusades, Holocaust, and Interfaith Relations
Tuesday and Thursday evenings
January 4, 6, 11, 13, and 18, 2022
6:00 PM – 8:15 PM CST
Classical and Contemporary Interfaith Dialogue
Abrahamic Religions in Dialogue has been designed, developed, and implemented in collaboration by the faculty of UNO Religious Studies and staff of the Tri-Faith Initiative, in consultation with the Clergy Committee of the Tri-Faith Initiative.
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