Debate: Should Modern Law be Guided by Religious Principles? (University of Keele, UK)

keele_large6pm, Wednesday 5th March 2014, at Keele University (KU) (Stoke on Trent, UK), Chancellor’s Building, Exhibition Suite.

Text from Event Advert:

Keele Islamic Society presents our second event of Islamic Awareness week, a debate on the relevance of religious Law in the 21st century where the applicability of religious law will be discussed from tolerance & coexistence to marriage & divorce in the Islamic, Christian and Jewish traditions.

Our panelists include international speaker, thinker and intellectual activist Abdullah al Andalusi as well as Keele University’s (KU) highly esteemed professor of Biomedical sciences, and faith advisor to the KU Jewish society, Rachel Berkson, the KU Chaplain Rev James Stewart and KU professor of law, Anthony Bradney

It should prove to be an interesting and thought provoking evening raising Islamic Awareness InshaAllah.

For more information, click here.


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