Reading Violence: How do we Understand Disturbing Religious Texts?
A study day by Oxford University Dept. for Continuing Ed. & CMCS
Christians taking Muslims seriously as theological conversation partners
A Lecture Series by Prof. Daniel Madigan S.J.
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CMCS is a Christian study centre that offers a unique paradigm for research and teaching on Islam, Christianity and the Muslim-Christian interface. READ MORE
Sometimes the most important questions are the most difficult to answer. We conduct academically excellent impact-oriented research at the Muslim-Christian interface. READ MORE
From Book Reviews to Research briefings, we offer specialist material in Muslim-Christian studies available online and at our Centre. Our staff are also available for study consultations. READ MORE
We recently recorded a short video so that we could give everyone — especially those far away from Oxford — a chance to meet some of the staff and get a better understanding of what we do and why it is so important.
Tues 31st May
Resonating with the Word
Prof Dan Madigan S.J., Georgetown University
Deadline for Applications: 30th April, 2016 MORE DETAILS
The programme will be available shortly.
Trinity term lectures to be held on 17th and 31st May 2016. They will start at 02.30 pm and finish at 04.00 pm.
May 14th CMCS staff are to teach a Study Day on 'Reading Violence: How do we Understand Disturbing Religious Texts?' Venue: Ewert House, Ewert Place, Summertown, Oxford OX2 7DD. To run in association with the Oxford University Continuing Education Department. There is still time to register.
May25th Dr Richard McCallum is to teach at Sarum College, Salisbury, on Islam and Islamic spirituality.
In addition, during Trinity term, there will be regular teaching at Wycliffe Hall, and tutoring and supervision for various students.
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