History of InterReligious Understanding Program at Phillips

"Religious Women and Religious Men: Practicing Their Faith"
Original Course dates: April 3-May 15, 2014

This course was designed to provide an opportunity for women and men to consider the formative spiritual practices which ensure the transmission to the next generation of their community’s unique religious world of meaning.  Course participants will be invited to explore how their religious identity was both “caught” and “taught,” with special attention to the traditional gender roles of those involved in the formative processes. Faiths/topics, dates, and instructors are listed below:

Religion/Topic Instructor  
April 3
 Native American Traditions
 Delana Taylor McNac
Cherokee Nation

 April 10
 Christian Traditions
 Dr. Ellen Blue
Professor of the History of Christianity &
United Methodist Studies
Phillips Theological Seminary
   April 24       
 Islamic Traditions
 Sheryl Siddiqui
Spokesperson for the Islamic Council of Oklahoma
 May 1
 Buddhist Traditions
 Jacqueline Roemer
Director of Bodhicharya Oklahoma
 May 8
 Unitarian Universalist Traditions
 Rev. Cathey Edwards
Hope Unitarian Tulsa

May 15
Jewish Traditions
 Rabbi Karen Citrin
Co-Rabbi, Temple Israel Tulsa



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