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On Thursday 20 November 2014, Dr Ed Kessler MBE will be giving a lecture entitled “Jews, Christians and Muslims: Minority Transformations and the Crossing of Boundaries”. This will begin with a reception from 6.30pm in the Conference Suite at Leeds Trinity University and the lecture begins at 7.00pm. This lecture is part of Leeds Trinity University's celebration of Interfaith Week and is organised in collaboration with Churches Together in England.
Dr Kessler is Co-founder and Executive Director of the Woolf Institute of Abrahamic Faiths, Cambridge. The Centre is a global leader in the academic study of relations between Jews, Christians and Muslims. This is one of a series of public lectures this year organised by Theology and the Chaplaincy at Leeds Trinity University.
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'Jews, Christians and Muslims: Minority Transformations and the Crossing of Boundaries.'
Lecture by Dr Ed Kessler, Founder and Director of the
Woolf Institute, Cambridge
Organised by Churches Together in England in association
with the Chaplaincy and the Department of Humanities
6.30pm- Drinks Reception
Churches together in England - http://www.churches-together.net/
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