CAIR-CHICAGO: RELIGIOUS FORUM SET TO TACKLE VIOLENCE
A local forum will seek to address violence in today’s world by giving representatives to the three monotheistic religions of the Old Testament an opportunity to discuss their religion and answer questions from the audience.
The forum will be hosted at 6 p.m. April 26 by First Presbyterian Church, 805 Western Ave.
The goal is to encourage better understanding and greater appreciation of Islam, Christianity and Judaism.
Representatives of each faith will present their religions.
Moderator of the discussion will be Aaron Johnson, professor of classical studies at Loyola University.
Panelists for the forum will be Rabbi Josef Germaine, Joliet Jewish Congregation; John Balluff, professor at University of St. Francis; and Ahmed Rehab, executive director of the Council on American Islamic Relations.