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CAN ABRAHAMIC RELIGIOUS BELIEVERS PRAY TOGETHER?

A graduate seminar presented by Claudio Monge, visiting professor from the University of Fribourg, with a response by John Dadosky of Regis College.

For many years resident in Turkey, Claudio Monge is an expert in Islamic-Christian dialogue. He is the author of two books on traditions of hospitality in the ‘Abrahamic’ traditions (Judaism, Christianity, and Islam). John Dadosky is well known in the Lonergan community as the author of a book on religious knowing in the thought of Lonergan and Mircea Eliade. His forthcoming book is a study of theological aesthetics. He is also a Research Scholar of the LRI.

The paper will be available a week in advance, via email attachment (requests may be directed to jeremy.wilkins@utoronto.ca), or from the front desk of Regis College.

Meetings of the LRI Graduate Seminar take place at Regis College, classroom C. They are free and open to the public, and followed by light refreshments.

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Date

Jan 10 2014
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Time

2:10 pm - 3:45 pm

Location

Regis College

Organizer

Jeremy Wilkins
Email
jeremy.wilkins@lonerganresearch.org
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