Women in Abrahamic Traditions

The Institute for Interfaith Dialogue (IID) and a UT student interfaith dialogue association will have a discussion of “Women in Abrahamic Traditions” with presentations by followers of Judaism, Islam, and Christianity on March 23 at 6:00 pm.  The meeting will be at UT in Room RLM 4.102, Robert Lee Moore Hall, near the corner of San Jacinto and Dean Keaton.

The IID is an organization which promotes understanding among people of different faith backgrounds and cultures.  Members of the IID once spoke to us about Islam at a Trinity retreat in Wimberley.  Please join us in this wonderful interfaith discussion!

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