Joining Dr. Scott for this look at humanity’s pursuit of religious liberty in America and around the world, are guests: Dr. Hussein Rashid, Associate Editor, Religious Dispatches; The Reverend Lynn Sullivan, Associate Minister, Garden City Community Church; Dr. Richard Dina, Senior Consultant, Adelphi University’s Center for Nonprofit Leadership; and Rabbi Dr. Barry Dov Schwartz, Chaplain, Nassau County Police Department, Mercy Medical Center and Adelphi University.
Entries from November 2012
Current Fellows | Center for Religion & Civic Culture.
Interviews with Hofstra Hillel Rabbi Dave Siegel, the Catholic campus chaplain Father Gregory Rannazzisi, and professor of religion Hussein Rashid shed light on how religion affects the issues and how it will influence the conversation between candidates and voters.
Islamic Scholar Instructs New York-Area Clergy.
Clergy from the New York City area representing various faith traditions received an overview of Islam from a noted scholar of the religion.
John Coltrane’s “A Love Supreme” – meccastars.
Other scholars, such as Dr. Hussein Rashid of Hofstra University, also have studied the effects that Islam has had on Blues, Jazz, and other forms of American music.
Patrick J Ryan, S.J., the Lawrence 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
12th-floor Lounge Lowenstein Center, Lincoln Center Campus
And again on
Wednesday, Nov. 14
Flom Auditorium 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.