Secularism and interreligious dialogue: crossed views in France and West Africa

Click here to download the PDF version of the synthesis Teaching of religion, secularism and interreligious dialogue: crossed views in France and West Africa. Chat on June 21, 2019 organized by the Africa World Institute Synthesis written by Mrs Diaby Aminata Speakers : Dr René NOUAILHAT, Professor of Universities, historian of religions, founder of...

Chat: Interreligious dialogue – Crossed views in France and West Africa

Dear members and friends of the Africa World Institute (AMI), The entire IAM team is pleased to invite you to its next conference, organized on Friday, June 21, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. in the Arrupe Room, At 42 Rue de Grenelle, Paris 75007. (Metro: Lines 10/12 Sèvres Babylone, Line 12 Rue du...

The constitution of a workshop Religious pluralism: 5 Ancestorship…

In the previous posts, we have just gone through several topos and identified the situations from which the different religious traditions emerge, necessarily making comparisons. The thinking of Ancestorship obeys a plural logic and thus provides a solution to two difficulties intrinsic to religious pluralism: the relations between man and the powers of the...

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