Discuss the Children of Abraham this summer

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Discuss the Children of Abraham this summer

OASIS is a national nonprofit educational organization designed to enhance the quality of life for adults age 50 and older. It has more than 27,000 students in Central Indiana. This summer the Center for Interfaith Cooperation is partnering with OASIS on a series of classes at the Interchurch Center. “The Children of Abraham” discusses the Abrahamic Religions and beyond. Three of the world’s great religious traditions trace their roots to the patriarch Abraham. While Judaism, Christianity, and Islam differ greatly in their doctrines and practices, they also share many beliefs and tenets. Learn more about the history, the differences, and the commonalities of the three “Abrahamic” faiths. Each week a different religious leader or expert will explore different aspects of these three monotheistic traditions.

Jun 7 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Dining Room @ IIC
Don Knebel kicks off “The Children of Abraham” OASIS, the Indiana Interchurch Center and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation present a series of talks about “The Children of Abraham.” Three of the world’s great religious traditions trace their roots to the patriarch Abraham. While Judaism,
Jun 14 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Dining Room @ IIC
Rabbi Shelley Goldman discusses “The Children of Abraham” OASIS, the Indiana Interchurch Center and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation present a series of talks about “The Children of Abraham.” Three of the world’s great religious traditions trace their roots to the patriarch Abraham. While Judaism,
Jun 21 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Dining Room @ IIC
Faryal Khatri discusses “The Children of Abraham” OASIS, the Indiana Interchurch Center and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation present a series of talks about “The Children of Abraham.” Three of the world’s great religious traditions trace their roots to the patriarch Abraham. While Judaism, Christianity,
Jun 28 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Dining Room @ IIC
Rev. Brian Shivers discusses “The Children of Abraham” OASIS, the Indiana Interchurch Center and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation present a series of talks about “The Children of Abraham.” Three of the world’s great religious traditions trace their roots to the patriarch Abraham. While Judaism,
Jul 5 @ 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm Dining Room @ IIC
Rev. Anastassia Zinke discusses “The Children of Abraham” OASIS, the Indiana Interchurch Center and the Center for Interfaith Cooperation present a series of talks about “The Children of Abraham.” Three of the world’s great religious traditions trace their roots to the patriarch Abraham. While Judaism,

Find registration information at OASIS’s website: https://www.oasisnet.org/Indianapolis-IN/Classes. Members of the Interchurch Community of all ages are welcome to attend. Contact John Clark at john@centerforinterfaithcooperation.org for more information.

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