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Tuesday, December 6, 2016
London conference explores Christian communities in Middle East
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¬†The Centre for Christianity and Inter Religious Dialogue at Heythrop College and Churches Together in Britain and Ireland (through the Middle East Forum) are jointly organizing a conference exploring the dilemmas facing Christian communities in the Middle East today. 'Christianity in the Middle East: contemporary explorations in politics and theology' is on Thursday 11 December from 10.30am to 6.30pm at Heythrop College, University of London. Places are limited and admission is by ticket only, price £20, available from the college in Kensington Square, London W8. Tel: 020 7795 6600. Speakers will include Anthony O'Mahony (Heythrop College, University of London), Sebastian Brock (Oriental Institute, University of Oxford), Peter Riddell, (London Bible College, Brunel University), Revd John H.Watson, William Taylor (St John's, Notting Hill), Harry Hagopian (Jerusalem Inter-Church Committee), Leon Menzies Racionzer, Revd Leonard Marsh. The conference will explore the political and theological dimensions of Christian presence in the Middle East today, surveying the challenges that face Christian communities in the region, including Iraq, Palestine, Israel, Egypt, Lebanon and Syria. Speakers will focus on issues of ecumenism, Christian-Muslim relations, Christian-Jewish relations, and Jerusalem.
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