WBS Partners with Lilias Trotter Center

Lilias Trotter_Page_1Wesley Biblical Seminary is partnering with The Lilias Trotter Center to offer a class this spring on the foundational documents of Islam. The course, Islamic Foundations: A Christian Analysis of Islam’s Source Documents, will examine the Qu’ran and other Islamic writings from a Christian perspective.

Benjamin Hegeman (Ph.D. , University of Utrecht), who serves as academic dean of the Lilias Trotter Center, will be teaching the course. The class will be offered entirely online in order to include a wide spectrum of students. The course lasts from January 19-May 13.

Although traditional admissions are closed for the spring semester, people interested in auditing the class or taking it as a non degree-seeking student can still register for the class.

If you are interested in this class, you may apply online. Please indicate your interest in this class on the application.

For more information email the Academic Office.

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