Interfaith Consciousness- Dispelling Misconceptions and Creating Understandings

Press Release

Christian Jewish Council Announces its First Program for the New Year (January 15, 2009, Charleston, SC). The Christian Jewish Council of Greater Charleston, SC will sponsor a timely and thought provoking program to help start the New Year. It is not often we have the privilege of having a gifted and unique speaker to provide such a balanced perspective on religious views.

Dr. David Bossman is a Catholic Professor who teaches classes on Jewish studies and history. His courses include: Lessons from the Holocaust, Values of a Pluralistic Society, and Jewish History (Bible to Talmud). He applies cross-cultural analysis to the study of Christian and Jewish sources, contemporizing Christian and Jewish values, and cooperative partnerships. Dr. Bossman is a visiting professor at the College of Charleston in the Dept of Religious Studies, and the editor of the Biblical
Theology Bulletin.

Topic: Interfaith Consciousness- Dispelling Misconceptions and Creating

Speaker: David Bossman, S.T.B., MA, MS, Ph.D, Professor, Director of the
Sister Rose Thering Endowment, Graduate Department of Jewish-Christian
Studies, Seton Hall University, South Orange, NJ.

Date: Thursday, March 26, 2009

Time: 7:00 PM

Church of the Holy Communion, 218 Ashley Avenue, (downtown
between Pring and Cannon Streets) Charleston, SC 29403, Tel. 843-722-2024.

This program is free and open to the entire community.

The Christian-Jewish Council of Greater Charleston is an organization that seeks to build bridges of understanding to promote sensitivity, tolerance, respect and fellowship among faith groups.

For further information please contact Ken Fox at 843-324-4921.