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Georgetown-Campion Hall Seminars
In partnership with Campion Hall, the Jesuit community at Oxford Community, the Berkley Center supports supports a range of seminars designed to promote interreligious understanding, and Muslim-Christian dialogue in particular. Since June 2012, the Center has supported an Understanding Islam course, designed for Catholic clerics based in the United Kingdom. The course, offered three times so far, addresses topics including including law, prayer life, Islamic perspectives on Christianity, and Islam in Britain. Revd Dr. David Marshall, a Research Fellow of the Berkley Center, and Dr. Damian Howard, S.J., Lecturer in Theology at Heythrop College, have served as conveners. A previous seminar series, held during the 2010-2011 academic year, brought Roman Catholic and Anglican scholars together around the theme “Christian Theological Engagement with Islam.” Topics included Muhammad; the Qur’ān; prayer and devotional life; and law and society. PDFs of revised versions of several of the papers given at these seminars are available on this site.
In 2010 and 2011 a series of seminars on “Christian Theological Engagement with Islam” was held at Campion Hall, the Jesuit community in Oxford, to enable a group of Roman Catholic and Anglican scholars active in such dialogue to reflect together on some of the questions which it poses. In order...
November 12, 2010
The theme of the first seminar was Muhammad. Papers were given by David Marshall (Christian responses to Muhammad), Martin Whittingham (Devotion to Muhammad) and Daniel Madigan SJ (Muhammad and recent developments in historiography).
January 14, 2011
The theme of the second seminar was the Qur’ān. Papers were given by Daniel Madigan SJ (Engaging with the other’s scripture: reflections on sura 45), David Marshall (Roman Catholics and the Qur’ān: a survey of some modern approaches), and Martin Whittingham (Christian response to the Qur’ān: Karl...
March 4, 2011
The theme of the third seminar was prayer and devotional life. Papers were given by Michael Ipgrave (Provocation and resonance: sacramental spirituality in the context of Islam), Catriona Laing (Christian mission provoked by Islamic piety), and Gavin D’Costa (Interreligious prayer between...
March 5, 2011
The theme of the fourth seminar was law and society. Papers were given by Richard Sudworth (Christian responses to the political challenge of Islam), Damian Howard SJ (Islam and Christianity: on “religions of law”), and Anthony O’Mahony (Contemporary Middle Eastern Christian political theology...
February 12, 2013
This four-day course is held at Campion Hall, the Jesuit community in Oxford, and aims to help Catholics understand how their beliefs shape the world views of the Muslims they live and work with. Held three times so far, in it participants are encouraged to see the world through Muslim eyes, and...