The Religious Mandate to do Good
Monthly Learning and Prayer session
01/07/2021 | Na stronie od 30/06/2021
From: Elijah Interfaith Institute
Our upcoming monthly learning and prayer session, in conjunction with Praying Together in Jerusalem, will similarly serve as an appetizer for our upcoming summer program.
What is the religious mandate to do good? How do different religions provide a rationale and inspiration for doing good for the other, and consequently – how wide is the concept of “the other” conceived.
We will hear Jewish, Muslim and Buddhist voices on this question:
- Rabbi Art Green
- Prof. Karma Lekshe Tsomo
- Imam Yahya Pallavicini
All three speakers are part of our faculty for the summer school program. We know you will like them, and we are sure you will similarly love our summer program.
Join us on Thursday July 1 at 11 am EDT time, for a study session (about one hour), followed by our monthly Praying Together in Jerusalem Program.
- 4 pm UK time
- 5 pm Central European time
- 6 pm Israel time
- 8:30 pm India time
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Meet our teachers:
Rabbi Arthur Green
Rabbi Arthur Green, is one of the preeminent authorities on Jewish spirituality, mysticism and Hasidism. After earning his Ph.D., Green became Philip W. Lown professor (now emeritus) of Near Eastern and Judaic Studies. In 1967, he was ordained as a Conservative rabbi by the Jewish Theological Seminary of America. In 1968, Green was one of the founders of the non-affiliated Havurat Shalom community which became a national movement.
Prof. Karma Lekshe Tsomo
Karma Lekshe Tsomo is an Assistant Professor of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of San Diego. She is president of Sakyadhita: International Association of Buddhist Women and director of Jamyang Foundation, an initiative to provide educational opportunities for women in developing countries, especially in the Indian Himalayas and Bangladesh.
Imam Yahya Pallavicini
Imam Pallavicini is president of COREIS, the Islamic Religious Community of Italy. Yahya has been a member a member of the Italian Minister of the Interior's Council on Islam in Italy since 2005. Moreover, he is member of the ECRL European Council of Religious Leaders and ISESCO Ambassador for Dialogue among Civilizations. Since 2018 he has been coordinating the MJLC Muslim Jewish Leaders Council.