Three scholars discuss the significance of learning about diverse faith traditions in today’s complex world as part of the Nostra Aetate program. Sharing their perspectives from three different academic contexts, the panelists will address the important role of studying these traditions at a Christian institution, and consider specific implications for St. Edward’s University.

  • Dr. Richard Bautch, St. Edward’s University
  • Dr. Whitney Bodman, Austin Presbyterian Theological Seminary
  • Dr. Sarah Tobin, Wheaton College, Massachusetts

The Nostra Aetate program explores the interreligious values reflected in the groundbreaking Vatican II (1965) document of the same name, which expressed a commitment to dialogue and understanding among diverse faith traditions.
Reception to follow the event.