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Heroes of Scripture: Prophet Hud - A Tri-Faith Clergy Conversation


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Registration: https://www.trifaith.org/events/heroes-of-scripture-prophet-hud-a-tri-faith-clergy-conversation/

Join us for our third session of "Heroes of Scripture: A Tri-Faith Clergy Conversation,” an example of real-life interfaith dialogue in action. Through this four-part series, each Tri-Faith community on the Commons will take turns hosting a discussion about prominent figures from scripture.

On Tuesday, July 27, American Muslim Institute’s Imam Daoudi will outline a Muslim perspective on the story of Hud, an important Arabian prophet described in the Qur’an as a descendant of Noah. Afterward, clergy from Temple Israel, Countryside Community Church, and American Muslim Institute will engage in a panel discussion highlighting differences and similarities in their views of this story.

This session will potentially be offered in a hybrid (in-person + online) format. Regardless of how you may attend, please register for this event using the Zoom link provided. Details to follow.

Registration: https://www.trifaith.org/events/heroes-of-scripture-prophet-hud-a-tri-faith-clergy-conversation/

Join us for our third session of "Heroes of Scripture: A Tri-Faith Clergy Conversation,” an example of real-life interfaith dialogue in action. Through this four-part series, each Tri-Faith community on the Commons will take turns hosting a discussion about prominent figures from scripture.

On Tuesday, July 27, American Muslim Institute’s Imam Daoudi will outline a Muslim perspective on the story of Hud, an important Arabian prophet described in the Qur’an as a descendant of Noah. Afterward, clergy from Temple Israel, Countryside Community Church, and American Muslim Institute will engage in a panel discussion highlighting differences and similarities in their views of this story.

This session will potentially be offered in a hybrid (in-person + online) format. Regardless of how you may attend, please register for this event using the Zoom link provided. Details to follow.

About the Event Host
Inspired by the faith of Jewish, Christian, and Muslim congregations, Tri-Faith Initiative cultivates inclusive environments to advance interfaith relationships and understanding.
When & Where?
Jul 27, 2021, 6:30pm to 8:00pm
Tri-Faith Center
13136 Faith Plaza
Omaha, NE
Free


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