Incarnation and Idolatry: The Question of Jesus in Christian-Muslim Dialogue ~ The Dawe Lectures 2014
February 17, 2014 ~ 7:30 - 9:00 p.m. ~ Incarnation and Idolatry: The Question of Jesus in Christian-Muslim Dialogue ~ Joshua Ralston
THE 2014 DAWE LECTURE
Last night's Dawe Lecture, "Incarnation and Idolatry: The Question of Jesus in Christian-Muslim Dialogue," featuring Joshua Ralston was a huge success! The presentation was shared before a packed audience in Lake Chapel as well as a larger than expected web audience via Union Live.
We are grateful to all of you who arranged gatherings of your friends to view the presentation and helped spread the word. We realize that the larger than expected number of online viewers overloaded the system and many of our viewers experienced a great deal of buffering which made the presentation hard to follow. We apologize for any inconvenience this technical situation caused. The entire presentation, including Joshua's Q & A session with the live audience is now available on Union Live. Please feel free to share the link with your friends.
We are blessed to have Joshua here at UPSem as well as the ability to share his knowledge with those currently not here on Richmond's campus.
Grace and peace from your friends
at Union Presbyterian Seminary
To view webcast, go to www.unionlive.org
The Dawe Lecture series, which is held annually at Union Presbyterian Seminary, is funded through The Donald and Nancy Dawe Fund for Emotional and Ethical Growth. Because of Professor Dawe's long-standing interest and commitments in the area of multi-religious and multi-cultural understanding and interfaith dialogue, this lecture series seeks to contribute towards deepened awareness and insight in these areas of intellectual and especially practical religious concern.