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The Building Bridges Seminar The Building Bridges Seminar
For over ten years the Building Bridges Seminar has brought together a range of internationally recognized Christian and Muslim scholars for intensive study. Texts from...

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2012 Building Bridges Seminar, London and Canterbury 2012 Building Bridges Seminar, London and Canterbury
The theme of the eleventh Building Bridges Seminar, held April 23-25, 2012, was "Death, Resurrection and Human Destiny in Christian and Muslim Perspective." On the first...

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Martin Lukito Sinaga

Martin Lukito Sinaga is an ordained minister in the Simalungun Protestant Christian Church in Indonesia. He earned his doctorate from the South East Asia Graduate School of Theology with a dissertation entitled “The Postcolonial Identity of an Ethnic Church in Civil Society.” He was a lecturer at the Roman Catholic Driyarkara School of Philosophy in Jakarta prior to teaching religion, church-society relations, and interfaith dialogue at the Jakarta Theological Seminary from 2001 until 2008. Sinaga is founder of the Society of Interreligious Dialogue, sat on the Theological Commission of the Council of Churches in Indonesia, and serves currently as Study Secretary for the Theology and the Church program at the Lutheran World Federation in Geneva.