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May 17, 2016:

On April 27, 2016, at the annual Blessed are the Peacemakers Trustee Dinner, Carole Segal was awarded with the Diakonia service award. Chicagoan Carole Segal has committed herself in an extraordinary way to building bridges of understanding among the Abrahamic faiths. She is a Charter Member of the Bernardin Center Advisory Board and a longstanding friend to CTU. Mrs. Segal is also a devoted advocate of just immigration policies. Click here to read a transcript of Carole Segal's remarks.

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January 16, 2015:

Come on Over!: Jewish, Christian, and Muslim Perspectives on Conversion. This event featured speakers Prof. Malka Zeiger-Simkovich, Catholic Theological Union, Prof. Michael Shelley, Lutheran School of Theology at Chicago, Prof. Timothy Gianotti, American Islamic College. Recorded live on November 17, 2014 as part of the In Good Faith Series.

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December 3, 2014:

More than any other issue in modern Jewish-Christian relations, the state of Israel has provoked intense disagreements. These reflect not just political differences but often profoundly different theologies of the land of Israel and the biblical promises. Dr. Gregerman will explore, from a Jewish perspective, the tensions between contemporary Christians’ broadly positive reappraisals of Judaism and more controversial Christian views of the state of Israel and biblical texts on land and covenant.   Dr.

March 14, 2014:

"Care of Creation: Jewish, Christian and Muslim Perspectives" features lectures by Ms. Jill Zenoff, Sr. Mary Southard, CSJ and Sh. Kifah Mustapha. Recorded live at CTU as part of the In Good Faith Series on February 12, 2014.

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March 19, 2012:

Why do Jews and Christians imagine different concepts when the new theologies speak of opening up the Trinity to Israel's covenant? Rabbi Brill will explore the question of how the two religions think differently about theology. He will seek to steer the discussion beyond attempting to create sameness or difference and will outline the changes on both sides from perceiving differences between the faiths to perceiving commonality. But then ask: how much are these new theologies still operating on Christian terms?

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