Process Pop-up: Islamic Approaches to Interfaith Cooperation
May 19 @ 5:00 pm – 6:00 pm PDT
Facilitated by Jared Morningstar
Join a dynamic discussion on Islamic approaches to interfaith cooperation to learn what the Qur’an say about other religions and how Muslims are thinking about religious pluralism today.
This pop-up will be hosted on Zoom by Jared Morningstar. The session will last approximately one hour. Resources pertaining to the topic are linked below as springboards for discussion. Feel free to explore these resources to whatever extent interests you prior to the pop-up.
- People of the Book
- The “Constitution” of Medina: Translation, Commentary, and Meaning Today
- All Peoples Had Prophets: Thoughts on Confucius, Buddha, Cyrus, Muhammad in the Bible
- Interview with Dr. Seyyed Hossein Nasr (See pages 6–11)
- The Qur’anic Message of Universalism and Religious Pluralism