Amir Hussain, a Canadian Muslim, is Professor of Theological Studies at Loyola Marymount University, teaching courses on Islam and world religions, and specializing in the study of contemporary Muslim societies in North America. He is a noted author has a deep commitment to interfaith work (especially among Jews, Christians, and Muslims) since his undergraduate days at the University of Toronto.
The Nostra Aetate Lecture explores the interreligious values reflected in the groundbreaking Vatican II (1965) document of the same name, which expressed acommitment to dialogue and understandingamong diverse faith traditions.
 
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