Hagar as a Model of Faith: A Jewish and Muslim Perspective

Hagar as a Model of Faith: A Jewish and Muslim Perspective
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Organizing Institution: Hartford Seminary
Start Date: October 29, 2021 (2:00am)
End Date: October 29, 2021 (3:00am +03)
Cost: Free
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Dr. Deena Grant and Dr. Hossein Kamaly will explore the role of Hagar within the Abraham narrative.

About this event

The Prophet Abraham is an example of faith for Judaism, Christian and Islam. Hagar, the mother of Abraham’s son, Ishmael, plays a closely related and pivotal role in the Hebrew Bible and the Islamic “Stories of the Prophets.” This free webinar will be moderated by Dr. David D. Grafton, Professor of Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations.

This event is part of a series related to Abraham: Out of One, Many, an exhibition cosponsored by Hartford Seminary and the Mandell JCC, in partnership with the Episcopal Church in Connecticut and First Church West Hartford/John P. Webster Library.

Curated by CARAVAN, an international peacebuilding arts non-profit, Abraham: Out of One, Many is a celebrated peace-building exhibition that originally premiered in Rome, Italy in 2019. It has since traveled throughout Europe and the United States, with the final stop of its global two-year tour in West Hartford, CT.

Abraham: Out of One, Many runs from Oct. 5 through November 16 at the Mandell JCC at 335 Bloomfield Ave, West Hartford, CT 06117

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