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**NEW** A Look At Islam **Zoom Online**

This 10-session series will serve as an introduction to Islam, or if some prefer, Islam 101. Please plan to attend all sessions if at all possible. No drop-ins - no single session registrations. 

Registration for all sessions will be end on January 7th. 

The purpose of our sessions will be to provide answers to three main questions:

  1. What are the Islamic sources of knowledge?
  2. What is the Islamic worldview revealed in these sources?
  3. What are the means by which this worldview is translated and what are the manifestations of this translation in reality?

While offering answers to these questions we will touch upon and connect to scholarly fields that are frequently associated with the study of Islam.

All topics are connected, so please attend all sessions if possible.

Presenter's Bio:

Joud Shafiq has a Ph D in the area of molecular genetics, a higher diploma in Islamic studies and a masters in comparative religions. She taught in both areas of religion and science and is currently an instructor at U of C Continuing Education. 

When: First and third Thursdays of the month
Time: 1 to 3 pm
Dates: January 7, 21Feb 4, 18Mar 4, 18; April 1, 15; May 6, 20
Where: Zoom Online


Joud Shafiq, PhD

 Max/ Min:  
 100 (will maintain waitlist)
 Brenda Falle
For More information contact: Facilitator

 To Register click here: Register
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