Comparative Religion and Interfaith Involvement

MEC background

MEC’s President, Ch. Shazeeda Khan, is co-teaching “Comparative Religion and Interfaith Involvement” with MEC’s Advisory Board Member, Dr. James Jones, this Spring with our partner – The Islamic Seminary of America (TISA).

The course titled “Comparative Religion and Interfaith Involvement” is “A thorough comparison of religions with special focus on the Abrahamic faiths, and an exploration of the dynamics of interfaith work.”

Other courses being offered this Spring at TISA includes:

  1. TISA-615: Advanced Sirah with Sh. Dr. Yasir Qadhi
  2. TISA-621: Advanced Fiqh al-Ibadat with Dr. Tamara Gray, Dr. Omar Imady
  3. TISA-641: Contemporary Issues in the Muslim Ummah with Dr. Khabirah Yahya, Sh. Dr. Yasir Qadhi
  4. TISA-643: History of Islamic Civilization and Muslim Cultures with Dr. Ermin Sinanovic

MEC encourages its endorsees, other chaplains and stakeholders in Islamic Chaplaincy in North America to audit any of these courses to learn more about these present issues.

Information about the courses is available at:

You may reach out to TISA at for further information.

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