Friday, March 30, 2007

Muslim and Christian Co-Existence

The WPUNJ Philosophy Club and the Muslim Student Association

~PRESENT~

Muslim and Christian

Co-Existence


Tuesday, April 3, 2007

7-10 PM

Library Auditorium

Moderator and Organizer: Adam Cannon (WPUNJ student)

Participants:

Joe Devore (historian) Former WPUNJ student

Muhammad el-Filali (historian) Islamic Center of Passiac County

David Greco (theologian) Christian speaker

Tamara Issak (practitioner), WPUNJ Student and MSA leader

Husnain Rajabali (theologian) teacher at the Imam Ali Center

Danny Papa (practitioner) WPUNJ student

This event is made possible by funding from the WPUNJ Alumni Association

Questions? Barbara Andrew – Department of Philosophy

Atrium 275 andrewb@wpunj.edu 973 720 3723

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I think Muslims and Christians can coexist peacefully provided that each respect the customs and traditions.

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