Thursday 22 February 2018 – 6:00 pm
Religious Diversity and Interreligious Dialogue
For many religious believers around the world, particularly those living in large urban centres, religious diversity is a pressing issue. Yet in their interreligious engagements truth is politely ignored. What are some of the key philosophical issues involving religious diversity and how might believers from different religious traditions respectfully discuss their own beliefs with confidence?
Amir Dastmalchian has held research fellowships at the Islamic College (London) and the University of Geneva and has taught at King’s College London and Canterbury Christ Church University. He is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Shi‘a Islamic Studies, having previously served as an assistant editor. His research interests cover philosophy of religion, interreligious dialogue, and Islamic studies.
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