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Title:
The Significance of Hellenism in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam
When:
Tue 11/05  7:00pm
Where:
Millennium Student Center at UMSL - St. Louis
Category:
Lecture/Discussion

Description

The University of Missouri–St. Louis' Annual Sam Nakis Memorial Lecture in Greek Culture presents "The Significance of Hellenism in Judaism, Christianity, and Islam," featuring Protopresbyter George Dion Dragas. This Lecture will address the meaning of Hellenism and its significance for three great religious civilizations; Judaism, Christianity and Islam.

www.greekstudies.org

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Venue/Location:
Millennium Student Center at UMSL   -   Website
Street:
One University Boulevard
ZIP:
63121
City:
St. Louis
State (ex: MO):
MO
Country:
Country: us

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314-516-5022

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