2012 will be the year when 30 Jewish, Christian, and Muslim scholars gather in a permanent, international council, opening up new roads in interreligious relations. Named after the common religious figure, The Abrahamic Council will translate ancient wisdom from Scripture into the modern world and thereby address dilemmas of our time.
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