The Jewish Christian Muslim Association of Australia (JCMA) offers three online sessions, Understanding & Interpreting Sacred Texts- The Abrahamic Faiths online, commencing evening of 8 October at 7:00PM. The speakers will be offering an approach to reading and interpreting their sacred texts followed by Q&A.
As a series of three evening sessions, each session will focus on one faith tradition with the speaker offering an approach to reading and interpreting their sacred texts followed by Q&A.
The aim is to deepen our knowledge and appreciation of the Jewish, Christian and Muslim texts so we gain more of an understanding of the connection between people from the Abrahamic faiths and can engage more fully in dialogue with each other.
SESSION 1 – Jewish Tradition ~ Rabbi Fred Morgan, 9th October
SESSION 2 – Christian Tradition ~ Prof. Adam Cooper, 16th October
SESSION 3 – Muslim Tradition ~ Sheikh Alaa El Zokm, 22nd October
Time: 7.00pm – 8.30pm.
Where: On line using Zoom
Register on Eventbrite: https://jcmasacredtexts.eventbrite.com.au/
All those who register will be emailed further details and Zoom link for the virtual event nearer the time of the event.
We ask that all participants review the JCMA Principles of Dialogue by visiting this link http://jcma.org.au/principlesofdialogue/
We look forward to your participation.
For further information call Ginette Mobile: 0400 211 221 or email email@example.com
The Jewish Christian Muslim Association of Australia (JCMA) is a Victorian based organization established in 2003, which aims to enable people who belong to the Jewish, Christian and Muslim communities to deepen their understanding of one another’s faith traditions in Australia today by meeting, engaging with and learning from one another.
We co-operate to promote interfaith dialogue and encounter each other as people of faith and integrity living in Australia. We discover many shared religious values, as well as much variation, both within and between our faiths. We aim to strengthen our own and the public’s commitment to the significance of community participation, freedom of religion, diversity, and respect for each others faith in public discourse and to encourage the active involvement of people of faith in the contemporary Australian context. We are people working in community support roles, tertiary students, laywomen and laymen, religious leaders and academics, with differing amounts of religious and interfaith experience sharing similar goals.