My individual tutorials with Dr Martin Whittingham were tailored to my study needs. But in addition to my consultations and my reading, I have also benefited from talking with other members of the Centre, from their interest in my studies, and from the many events happening in the CentreRead More
In her capacity as a tutor at Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, Liz was looking for somewhere that could offer both academic and practical ways for ordinands to immerse themselves in the Islamic faith. Wycliffe's partnership with CMCS has allowed them to broaden and enrich their offering.Read More
The combination of academic rigour and practical inter-faith advice that CMCS offers is helping Muslims and Christians locally and nationally to engage with and understand each other more clearly in a world where communications are increasingly strained. I am glad to support the work of the Centre, and long may it continue.
- Martin Gorick, Archdeacon of OxfordRead More
I benefited from the presentations and by interactions with various scholars on issues pertaining to Islam and Muslim-Christian relations. In the current climate of inter-religious tensions and strife, what the Centre is doing is valuable: to provide a forum for people of all faiths - academics, religious leaders and members of the public - to gather for honest exchanges grounded in scholarship and friendship.
- Dr Charlene Tan, Institute of Education, SingaporeRead More
Our mission partners come with a variety of views and perspectives in Islam. I can be confident that [cross-cultural training at the Centre for Muslim-Christian Studies] both respects the diversity of approaches and challenges them.
- Colin Smith, Church Mission SocietyRead More