Reclaiming Beauty for the Good of the World
Nazareth College, Rochester, NY
Center for Interfaith Studies and Dialogue (CISD) Presents
A Book Discussion on
Reclaiming Beauty for
The Good of the World:
Muslim & Christian
Creativity as Moral Power
by George Dardess & Peggy Rosenthal
Authors & Facilitators: George Dardess & Peggy Rosenthal
George Dardess has a doctorate in literature, a masters degree in theology, and is an ordained deacon in the Roman Catholic Church. He is a longtime member of Rochester, NY’s Commission on Muslim-Christian Relations and author of Meeting Islam: A Guide for Christians and Do We Worship the Same God: Comparing the Bible and the Qur\'an. His workshops on Muslim-Christian relations have been presented widely in the U.S.
Peggy Rosenthal has a bachelors degree in American Cultural Studies and a doctorate in literature and has published widely in the field of religion and the arts. Among her books are Words and Values, The Poets’ Jesus, and Praying Through Poetry: Hope for Violent Times. Her essays have appeared in Christian Century, America, Commonweal, and Image.
Where: Nazareth College, Golisano Building Room 38
Date: May 18, 2011
Time: 7:00 – 8:30pm
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