21 November 2019
Prelude to the new lecture series “Others’ Faith”. Lukas Mühlethaler (Free University Berlin) and Imam Abdullah Antepli (Duke University, USA) will discuss how they see each other from different perspectives.
4 February 2020
Rabbi Alon Goshen-Gottstein (Elijah Interfaith Institute) and Muhammad Suheyl-Umar (Iqbal Academy of Pakistan) talk about how do today’s Jews and Muslims view Hinduism, which recognizes multiple deities?
18 February 2020
Israel Yuval (Hebrew University in Jerusalem) and Maha El Kaisy-Friemuth (Friedrich Alexander University of Erlangen-Nuremberg) discuss where do Jewish and Muslim perspectives on Christianity overlap?
12 March 2020
Jerome Gellman (Ben-Gurion University) und Johann Elverskrog (Southern Methodist University) talk about, how do Judaism and Islam today approach a tradition of thinking that recognizes deities but not one all-powerful and immortal God?
20 April 2020
Jacques Berlinerblau (Georgetown University) and Ufuk Topkara (Johns Hopkins University) discuss, if mindsets critical of religion be constructive for a Jewish and Islamic theology that speaks to our times?
18 June 2020
Madeleine Dreyfus (psychoanalyst with a doctorate in cultural anthropology) und Imen Gallala-Arndt (lawyer and a lecturer at the Max Planck Institute for Social Anthropology) talk about interfaith marriages in Judaism and Islam.