Nairobi, Kenya: Tangaza University College Inaugurates Institute for Interreligious Dialogue
An institute facilitating learning about dialogue between various religions of the world including Islam was officially inaugurated Friday, November 1, bringing to nine the number of Institutes that constitute Tangaza University College, the Kenya-based institution of higher learning jointly owned by dozens of religious congregations.
Spearheaded by the religious congregation of the Missionaries of Africa and named Institute for Interreligious Dialogue and Islamic Studies (IRDIS), the center has put in place programs that seek to promote humanity’s “unity in one God,” the Institute Director told ACI Africa.
Source: ACI Africa
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