Table of Abraham Ramadan Dinner - Service to Humanity in Abrahamic Faiths
The Table of Abraham Ramadan Dinner will be organized by the Atlantic Institute Tallahassee on June 13th. The Table of Abraham is a panel discussion where representatives from each of the three Abrahamic traditions - Judaism, Christianity, and Islam- explain and share the values of their faith with one another. Each speaker gives a brief interpretation on the given topic from her own background followed by a collective discussion over the topic. This event acknowledges the demand and importance for interfaith dialogue and the positive role it plays in the society.
Many ascetic interpretations of spirituality do not see any connection between spirituality and service to humanity. However, we believe that significant versions of spirituality in Abrahamic faiths see the two as intrinsically connected. In this segment of Table of Abraham, we want to learn the place and primacy of service to humanity in Jewish, Christian and Muslim traditions.
Please join us at First Presbyterian Church where we will be joined by Muslim, Christian and Jewish representatives of the Abrahamic tradition.
The event is in the month of Holy Ramadan when Muslims are supposed to fast during the whole month. Hence, after these talks, all guests will break fasting together with Muslim guests.