This book is indicative of a renewed interest in peacemaking amongst evangelical Christians especially in the USA and has particular relevance to Christian-Muslim relations.Read More
CMCS brings Muslims and Christians together to relate honestly, think rigorously, and explore our respective traditions and religious texts, through teaching and research, discussion and public education.
Tuesday 14th May 2019
Christian-Muslim Diplomacy and Peacemaking in the Context of the Crusades
Speaker: Scott Moynihan
Pembroke College, Oxford
This second Hikmah Guide from CMCS explores Christian and Muslim diversity and sectarianism
Conference to be held
in Accra, Ghana
26th - 28th February 2020
A new page containing a list of links and descriptions to give some idea of the range of activities taking place for Christians and Muslims can be viewed here.
Texts used by our Qur’an & Bible Study group are now available online. Visit Qur’an & Bible Texts to access these new resources.
On Wednesday 7th November 2018, CMCS held a celebratory event at Christ Church, Oxford to mark its 10th Anniversary. Review the past decade with us and find out more about the Development Fund. Read the report of the celebration event, see pictures, and listen to the audio at:
The latest edition of the CMCS journal, Research Briefings, is available now.
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