What causes radicalism to flourish in places such as the Middle East? What is fundamentalism? Is it more than a religious phenomenon? What is the relevance of wider socio economic contexts?
Revd Dr Fadi Diab, a Palestinian priest in the Diocese of Jerusalem and the Middle East, offers a personal perspective rooted in his experience of the West Bank and informed by Peace and Reconciliation work.
An open public lecture hosted by the University of Nottingham Multi Faith Chaplaincy team, followed by questions, including invited responses from our Students' Union Faith and Cultural societies. This is a free lecture with no booking required. Free parking in the main visitors car park, opposite Keighton Auditorium.
Please stay for refreshments which will be served after the event.
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