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Mitschnitte der Tagungen samt zugehörigen Podiumsdiskussionen sowie anderer Veranstaltungen veröffentlichen wir auf unserem YouTube-Kanal. Eine Auswahl der Beiträge findet sich auch hier in der Mediathek unserer Homepage.

Tagungen

The Concept of Will and the Concept of Predestination in Judaism, Christianity and Islam“ (17. bis 18. Februar 2021)

 

Prof. Couenhoven on the Concept of Predestination in Christianity

Prof. Jesse Couenhoven who talked about predestination in Christianity used a comic strip to illustrate his point of view. Photo: Kirsten Waltert

 

The Concept of Will in Judaism: Shalom Sadik, Ph.D., Senior Lecturer in the Goldenstein-Goren Department of Jewish Thought, Ben-Gurion University of the Negev

The Concept of Will in Christianity: Dr. Johannes Grössl, Assistant Professor of Fundamental Theology and Comparative Studies of Religion, University of Würzburg

The Concept of Will in Islam: Prof. Dr. Heidrun Eichner, Professor of Oriental and Islamic Studies, University of Tübingen

 

The Concept of Predestination in Judaism: Prof. Lenn E. Goodman, Ph.D., Professor of Philosophy, Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities, Vanderbilt University

The Concept of Predestination in Christianity: Prof. Jesse Couenhoven, Ph.D., Professor of Moral Theology, Villanova University

The Concept of Predestination in Islam: Prof. Catarina Belo, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Philosophy, The American University of Cairo

 

„The Concept of Good and the Concept of Evil in Judaism, Christianity and Islam“ (12. bis 14. Februar 2020)

 

The Concept of Good in Judaism: Rabbi Daniel Z. Feldman, Rosh Yeshiva at the Rabbi Isaac Elchanan, Theological Seminary, Yeshiva University

The Concept of Good in Christianity: Prof. Dr. Dr. Andreas Koritensky, Professor of Systematic Philosophy, University of Paderborn

The Concept of Good in Islam: Prof. Dr. Karim Douglas Crow, Scholar-Coordinator on Islamic Thought and Muslim, Modernity, Council for Research in Values and Philosophy

 

The Concept of Evil in Judaism: Prof. Dr. Lenn E. Goodman, Professor of Philosophy,
Andrew W. Mellon Professor in the Humanities, Vanderbilt University

The Concept of Evil in Christianity: Prof. Dr. Bruce A. Little, Professor of Philosophy,
Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary

The Concept of Evil in Islam: Dr. Nasrin Rouzati, Religious Studies Department, Manhattan College

„The Concept of Violence and the Concept of Just War in Judaism, Christianiy and Islam“ (18. bis 20. September 2019)

 

The Concept of Violence in Judaism: Prof. Dr. Reuven Firestone, Regenstein Professor in Medieval Judaism and Islam, Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion Los Angeles

The Concept of Violence in Christianity: Prof. Dr. Rubén Rosario Rodríguez, Systematic Theology Center for International Studies Saint Louis University

The Concept of Violence in Islam: Prof. Dr. Patrice Brodeur, Institute of Religious Studies University of Montreal

 

The Concept of Just War in Judaism: Rabbi Daniel Polish, PhD, Spiritual Leader of the Congregation Shir Chadash New York

The Concept of Just War in Christianity: Prof. Dr. Heinz-Gerhard Justenhoven, Direktor des Instituts für Theologie und Frieden Hamburg

The Concept of Just War in Islam: Prof. Dr. Suleiman Ali Mourad, Professor of Religion Smith College Northampton (MA)

 

„The Concept of Body and the Concept of Soul in Judaism, Christianity and Islam“ (26. bis 28. Juni 2019)

 

The Concept of Body in Judaism: Prof. Dr. Giuseppe Veltri, Professor of Jewish Philosophy and Religion, Director of the Maimonides Centre for Advanced Studies, University of Hamburg

The Concept of Body in Christianity: Prof. Dr. Gregor Etzelmüller, Professor of Systematical Theology, University of Osnabrück

The Concept of Body in Islam: PD Dr. Abbas Poya, Department of Islamic Religious Studies, FAU Erlangen-Nürnberg

 

The Concept of Soul in Judaism: Prof. Dr. Alan Avery-Peck, Kraft-Hiatt Professor in Judaic Studies, Religious Studies Department, College of the Holy Cross, Worcester, MA

The Concept of Soul in Christianity: Prof. Dr. Eberhard Schockenhoff, Catholic-Theological Faculty, Field of Moral Theology, University of Freiburg

The Concept of Soul in Islam: Prof. Dr. Dr. Bernhard Uhde, Institut für Interreligiöse Studien Freiburg

„The Concept of Person and the Concept of Sexuality in Judaism, Christianity and Islam“ (13. bis 15. Februar 2019)

 

The Concept of Person in Judaism: Prof. Dr. Aryeh Botwinick, Political Science Department, Temple University

The Concept of Person in Christianity: Prof. Dr. Edward Alam,  Faculty of Humanities
Notre Dame University-Louaize, Beirut

The Concept of Person in Islam: Prof. Dr. Peter G. Riddell, Melbourne School of Theology/SOAS University of London

 

The Concept of Sexuality in Judaism: Prof. Dr. Sarah Imhoff, Department of Religious Studies, Indiana University Bloomington

The Concept of Sexuality in Christianity: Prof. Dr. Heike Walz, Professor of Intercultural Theology, Mission Studies and Religious Studies Augustana Divinity School Neuendettelsau

The Concept of Sexuality in Islam: Prof. Dr. Patrick Franke, Islamwissenschaften,  University of Bamberg

 

„The Concept of History and the Concept of Time in Judaism, Christianity and Islam“ (12. bis 14. Dezember 2018)

 

The Concept of History in Judaism: Prof. Dr. em. Karl E. Grözinger, Universität Potsdam

The Concept of History in Christianity: Prof. Dr. Christoph Böttigheimer, Universität Eichstätt-Ingolstadt

The Concept of History in Islam: Prof. Dr. Mona Hassan, Duke University, Durham

 

The Concept of Time in Judaism: Sylvie Anne Goldberg, CRH-EHESS, Paris

The Concept of Time in Christianity: Prof. Dr. Alan G. Padgett, Luther Seminary, St. Paul

The Concept of Time in Islam: Prof. Dr. Sajjad Rizvi, University of Exeter

 

Podiumsdiskussionen:

12. Februar 2019: „Erlanger interreligiöse Gespräche 1 – Gut und Böse in Religion und Philosophie“, Mitschnitt 

14. Februar 2019: „Sexualität, Tabuisierung und Persönlichkeitsentwicklung aus interreligiöser Perspektive“, Mitschnitt

19. April 2018: „Inspiriert, diktiert, kanonisiert – Wie wird ein Text zur Heiligen Schrift?“, Mitschnitt