2016 J-Term Course
The world today compels us to continue to nourish meaningful relationships with people of diverse beliefs and backgrounds. Rediscover the commonalities between the Abrahamic faiths and find new ways to bridge differences.
Join us during J-Term 2016 for Abraham's Children. Open to participants from anyh faith or philosophical background, Abraham's Children is a graduate theological seminar designed to introduce some of the basic elements of the Jewish, Christian, and Muslim faith traditions through the lense of interreligious relations and understanding.
Participants will study Jadaism, Christianity, and Islam from the perspectives of history and theology, and also experience opportunities to build interreligious relationships with faculty and colleagues of all three faiths. PLEASE NOTE: The travel portion of the course has been cancelled for 2016.
January 4-14, 2016
Monday - Thursday: 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Friday, January 8: 12 - 9 p.m.
Associatte Professor of Intercultural Studies and Ministry
Adjunct Professor of Islamic Studies
Malka Zeiger Simkovich
Visiting Professor of Jewish Studies
The course may be audited or taken for credit. Current students: register online here. Non-current students should contact Akua Kankam, firstname.lastname@example.org or call 773.371.5523 to complete a short admissions process.
Download PDF flyer here.
For additional information, please email or call:
Sr. Sallie Latkovich, C.S.J.
Director, Biblical Study and Travel
Catholic Theological Union