The Annual Dinner of Abrahamic Traditions – Ann Arbor


Niagara Foundation organizes Dinner of Abrahamic Traditions every year for the purpose of strengthening friendship and understanding among three Abrahamic Traditions: Judaism, Christianity, and Islam.

We proudly host a diverse group of guests, including clergy from churches, synagogues, and mosques, academicians from universities and seminaries, and leaders of many charitable and civic organizations.


Conflicts, Violence and Religion

Some of the questions that the speakers will try to address:
– What does our religious tradition and scriptures teach about violence?
– Whether & how is violence ever justified?
– Do people abuse religion to justify their violent tactics?
– Is religion the source or victim of extremism?
– How do the Abrahamic Religions approach conflict resolution?

Speakers :

Rabbi Robert Dobrusin,
Beth Israel Congregation, Ann Arbor

Rev. Reid Hamilton,
Chaplain, Canterbury House

Dr. Zeki Saritoprak,
Department of Theology and Religious Studies, John Carroll University

Wednesday, November 12, 2014

6:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Saint Clare’s Episcopal Church / Temple Beth Emeth,
2309 Packard Street, Ann Arbor, MI 48104

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