PUBLIC EVENT: ‘Teaching the Abrahamic Religions: A Subversive Enterprize?’ Guy Stroumsa, 11/3/2013

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Monday 11 March 2013, 5:15pm, Lecture Room 1, New College

‘Teaching the Abrahamic Religions: A Subversive Enterprize?’ Guy Stroumsa, Professor of the Study of the Abrahamic Religions, University of Oxford.

Contrary to appearances, the concept of the “Abrahamic religions” is a very recent invention, which stems from the legitimate desire to include the new Muslim populations into European societies. Can a concept useful for interfaith relations also be of real epistemic value for the scholarly study of religions? The lecture will seek to identify the conditions in which such a transformation is possible, an will as well emphasize its dangers and pitfalls. It will seek to offer new approaches to the historical and comparative study of Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

Book your place at http://edinburgh-university-142.eventbrite.co.uk/

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