Events


TERM-TIME SEMINARS - Michaelmas Term 2017

During each University of Oxford term, CMCS hosts a series of informal seminars where PhD students, post-docs and various other researchers and academics present papers relating to Islam, Christianity, and the Muslim-Christian interface. These seminars frequently feature papers that are ‘works-in-progress’. This provides a platform for interesting debate and comment.

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QUR'AN & BIBLE STUDY

This is a monthly meeting hosted at the Centre where Muslims and Christians meet to study the Qur’an and the Bible together. The studies approach texts following the pattern of ‘Scriptural Reasoning’. Dinner is served before the discussion begins! To register interest in joining the group please email us at the address below.

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TEA & CONVERSATION

Looking for an in-formal setting to share some of your latest thoughts and research? Each Friday afternoon from 4.00pm to 5.00pm during Oxford University term-time, CMCS hosts an informal meeting which gives students and staff the opportunity to discuss what they have been thinking about during the week. All are welcome to join the discussions and to enjoy some tea, coffee, and biscuits.

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Information About Past Events


SYMPOSIUM - Michaelmas Term 2016

The Oxford Centre for Christianity & Culture at Regent's Park College hosted a half-day symposium organised in collaboration with CMCS looking at epistemology in the light of the work of Bishop Lesslie Newbigin.

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JOINT LECTURE 2015

In March 2015, Prof Sidney Griffith and Prof Ziad Elmarsafy came together for a Joint Lecture at the Oxford Examination Schools to discuss ‘The History of Muslim-Christian Relations — What Relevance for Today?’

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CONFERENCE 2015: BIBLICAL INTERPRETATION IN ISLAMIC CONTEXTS

This conference launched the new ‘Routledge Biblical Interpretation in Islamic Contexts’ series and gathered and resourced prospective contributors. Selected conference papers will be included in an early volume in the series. A full report is forthcoming shortly.

BIIC 2015 DETAILS