Annual McGinley Lecture to Address Life After Death
Patrick J Ryan, S.J., the Laurence J. McGinley Professor of Religion and Society, will deliver the annual fall McGinley lecture, “Life After Death, Hopes and Fears for Jews, Christians and Muslims.”
Father Ryan, who has dedicated his work to facilitating a trialogue between the three Abrahamic religions, will deliver the lecture twice:
Tuesday, Nov. 13
Lowenstein Center, Lincoln Center Campus
And again on
Wednesday, Nov. 14
William D. Walsh Family Library, Rose Hill Campus
Joining Father Ryan on both nights will be respondents Claudia Setzer, Ph.D., professor of religious studies at Manhattan College, and Hussein Rashid, Ph.D., adjunct assistant professor of religion at Hofstra University.
The lectures are free and open to the public.
The McGinley Lecture is delivered biannually as part of the Laurence J. McGinley Chair in Religion and Society. Father Ryan has held the chair since 2009. The lecture endeavors to facilitate a trialogue between people of Jewish, Christian and Muslim faiths.
Previously held by Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., the chair was founded in 1988 to attract distinguished scholars interested in the interaction of religion with the legal, political and cultural forces in our pluralistic American society.
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