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2021 minicourses exploring the borders between religions with topographic map outlines in background

Tuesday mornings (10:00 a.m.–12:00 p.m.) or afternoons (4:00–6:00 p.m.)

ICJS minicourses provide adult learners with an opportunity to delve into a subject in dialogue between two religions over a series of three weeks each. Choose from morning or afternoon sessions, as the same program repeats.

Reading the Bible at the Border of Judaism and Christianity (Tuesdays, Jan 19, 26, Feb 2)

Instructors: Benjamin Sax, ICJS Jewish Scholar & Heather Miller Rubens, ICJS Executive Director and Roman Catholic Scholar

Jesus at the Border of Islam and Judaism (Feb 23, Mar 2, 9)

Instructors: Zeyneb Sayilgan, ICJS Muslim Scholar & Benjamin Sax, ICJS Jewish Scholar

Law and Freedom at the Border of Christianity and Islam (Apr 20, 27, May 4)

Instructors: Matthew D. Taylor, ICJS Protestant Scholar & Zeyneb Sayilgan, ICJS Muslim Scholar