Muslim Journeys series delves into the Qur’an at upcoming lecture
The affect the Qur’an has on millions of people is wide and varied, including law, art, politics, science and personal relationships. This discussion will explore the doctrines of the text as well as key themes, interpretations and teachers of the book that defines what it means to be a Muslim.
This presentation is co-sponsored by the Department of Philosophy and Religious Studies, Kimbel Library, the Center for Peace and Conflict Studies and the Jackson Family Center for Ethics and Values.
Lackey Chapel is located at the corner of University Boulevard and University Drive on the CCU campus.
For more details about this event, visit: coastal.edu/jacksoncenter and facebook.com/jacksoncenter.