Spring Convocation: Christian Faith and Our Religious Neighbors
April 18-19, 2017
Eden Theological Seminary
What does it mean to love our neighbors when our neighbors do not share our faith? How do Christians participate in a pluralistic religious world without denigrating the faith of others or denying our own? With “Christian Faith and Our Religious Neighbors” and in conjunction with the Armin and Shirley Limper Program in Christianity and World Religions, Eden Seminary brings together three leading scholars on Christianity and pluralism to consider these questions and re-imagine Christianity’s relationship with other faiths.
Dr. Dale Bishop
Dr. Dale Bishop's interest in interfaith relations has a particular focus on Christian-Muslim relations. He has published numerous articles on Iran, Lebanon, and the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and holds a doctorate in Iranian Studies.
Dr. Damayanthi Niles
Dr. Damayanthi Niles is Professor of Constructive Theology at Eden Seminary. Her writing and research have focused on constructive and contextual theology. She has taught courses on foundational theology, missology, and post-colonial thought.
Dr. Paul. F. Knitter
Dr. Paul F. Knitter is Emeritus Professor at Union Theological Seminary, New York where he was Professor of Theology, World Religions, and Culture. He is the author of many books on the subject, including "Without Buddha I Could not Be a Christian."
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