Emmanuel Pisani: “The thought of al-Ghazali provides a basis for freedom of conscience”
Interview. On the occasion of the publication of his thesis about Abu Hamid Al-Ghazali, which won the Mohamed Arkoun Prize in 2016, Emmanuel Pisani, director of the Dominican Institute of Oriental Studies i...
An HDR on “Christian approaches to Islam
On 16 September, Mr Michel Younès defended his Habilitation to direct research at the École pratique des hautes études. The title of his work was: "Christian approaches to Islam".
Assistant Professor at the Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies (PISAI, Rome) and Assistant Professor at the Pontifical Lateran University (PUL, Rome)
Director of the St. Augustine College of Dakar, Senegal, Institute of Philosophy and Theology
Professor of Systematic Theology and Theology of Religions
Professor of Semitic Studies
President of the Adyan Foundation, Professor of Religious Sciences and Islamic Studies
Professor of contemporary Arabic Islamic thought at the Pontifical Institute for Arabic and Islamic Studies (PISAI)
Official member of the Pontifical Council for Interreligious Dialogue, professor at the Pontifical Gregorian University in Rome
Professor of Religious Theology and Religious Studies
Aggregate Professor at the Pontifical Gregorian University (Rome), Senior Research Fellow and member of the John XXIII Foundation for Religious Studies (Fscire)
Alberto Fabio Ambrosio
Theologian and historian of religions, specialist in Sufism
Junior professor “Catholic Theology in the Light of Islam”
Honorary Professor of theology
Professor of dogmatic theology
Director of the Institute for the study of Muslim–Christian relations. Professor of theology and religious anthropology
Professor and honorary dean of Theologicum, Catholic Institute of Paris
Research fellow at CECR
Jaime Flaquer Garcia
Professor of Interreligious Dialogue, Theology of Religions and Islam Studies
Professor of Systematic Theology
Doctor in theology and anthropology, director of the ISEO
Director of DoStI (Centre for Dominican Studies in Istanbul).
Director of the Dominican Institute of Oriental Studies (IDEO, Cairo).
Professor of Theology and Islam Studies
Islam & Otherness. Proceedings of the Pluriel congress in Beirut
A reading of Ibn Arabi in light of the theology of religions
Abstract: “A Reading of Ibn ‘Arabī in the Light of the Theology of Religions”. Ibn ‘Arabī proposes a universal religion which encompasses all religions but which is theophanised synthetically in the reveale...
Being yourself through the other. How I grew up in a context of diversity
Not without others: recognition of others and unity in Christ – on the relationship between mission and dialogue
Normativity of Holy Scriptures in Judaism, Christianity and Islam
Religious Alterities and Cultural Alterities: Issues of Debate in Islam
Conference given in Beirut on Tuesday 24 May 2022 during the Pluriel congress on the theme “Islam and Otherness”.
Heterodox and non-Muslim in the thought of Abū Ḥāmid al-Ġazālī
Islam and the Salvation of non- Muslims: The Qur’anic Perspective
“At the Pluriel conference on “Islam and Otherness” I will argue the Qur’an’s emphasis on divine freedom provides an opening for inclusivism. The Qur’an emphasizes God’s mercy, using al-Raḥmān as a na...
‘Inimitable’ Koran ?
Interview with Pr. Tobias Specker, professor of Catholic Theology in the light of Islam at Sankt Georgen Graduate school of Philosophy and Theology, Frankfurt, Germany, about his book : Gottes Wort und mens...
Christian approaches to Islam: tensions, displacement, issues
‘On how to discern the truth of religion’, by Hunayn b. Isḥāq. The impersonal recension
Abstract This article contributes to the study of Christian Arabic literature by providing an introduction and English translation of the treatise entitled Kayfiyyat idrāk ḥaqīqat al-diyāna, ‘On how to disc...
Islamochristiana 44 – In memory of Maurice Borrmans
Bachelor in comparative theology of religions
Dealing with religions and their claims to truth is more urgent today than ever. A peaceful coexistence of the religions will only become a reality if the religions are taken seriously in their validity cla...
Bachelor in Islamic-Christian Studies
Given the growing importance of interfaith dialogue as an entry point for achieving peace and promoting the values of coexistence in many societies, particularly in Lebanon and the Arab world, the Institute...
Canonical Licence in Theology, specialising in Religions, Dialogue and Mission
This course of study aims to provide the basis for applied theological research, the foundations and tools for theological reflection on mission, religions and dialogue, with a first experience of the encou...