23 May: 16th SN-Seminar "Religion leben" on the Theme of "The Wisdom of India, What Connects Hindus and Christians"

Tuesday, 23 May, 2017, 19:00, Saal of the Salzburger Nachrichten (Karolingerstraße 40, Salzburg). Theme: "The wisdom of India, what connects Hindus and Christians."

Die "Weisheit Indiens" ist seit der Romantik ein Projektionsraum für die spirituelle und weltanschauliche Suche des Abendlandes. Besonders tief in diese Weisheit eingedrungen sind Christinnen und Christen wie etwa der französische Benediktinerpater Henri Le Saux/Swami Abhishiktananda (1910-1973). Was verbindet Hindus und Christen? Was können wir heute aus dem Dialog zwischen Hindus und Christen lernen? Diese Fragen sollen mit den Referenten, die diesen Dialog über viele Jahrzehnte intensiv gelebt haben und leben, diskutiert werden.

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Buchcover: Unterwegs zur Quelle des SeinsBettina Bäumer/Ulrich Winkler (Hg.),
Unterwegs zur Quelle des Seins.
Die Relevanz des Lebens und Denkens von Henri Le Saux/Swami Abhishiktananda für die hindu-christliche Begegnung
(Salzburger Theologische Studien 55 - interkulturell 17)
Tyrolia Verlang Innsbruck-Wien 2016

Ursula Kaserbacher


Zentrum Theologie Interkulturell und Studium der Religionen

Universitätsplatz 1, 5020 Salzburg

Tel: +43 (0)662 / 8044 - 2654

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