Faculty Experts | Interreligious Dialogue

While divisions are felt between religious and ethnic groups across our nation and the world, religious and spiritual leaders are taking active steps forward by way of interreligious dialogue and collaborative initiatives for the sake of healing, justice, and the greater good. The following GTU faculty can speak to the importance of interfaith and interreligious dialogue across a variety of traditions. 

Kamal Abu-Shamsieh

Topics of Interest: Practical Theology, Ethics of End-of-Life, Spiritual Care, Islamic Law and Ethics, & Interfaith Relations and Dialogue

Rita D. Sherma

Topics of Interest: Hindu Theology & Ethics, Religion & Ethics of Sustainability, Theory & Method, Feminine Divine (Hinduism), Theory & Method, and Comparative & Interreligious, Studies

Mahjabeen Dhala

Topics of Interest: Islamic Theology, Women's Studies, Pilgrimage, Lament Culture, & Muslim Minorities

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