The Martin Buber Institute offers a flexible-length term religious studies tour-program in Jerusalem. Classes offered throughout the year. This is a pluralistic and experiential program with an emphasis in the exploration of faith practices. Our program will explore the credos and practices of diverse religious denominations established in Jerusalem and other historic cities. During the program we will visit the monasteries, temples and sacred sites of several different ancient and contemporary Christian churches, Jewish mystical traditions, Muslim sects, the Baha'i temple and practitioners of other non-Abrahamic faiths. The faculty consists of clergy, monastics and academics. The faculty will guide us through the study of the credos and help us participate in their practices. We will also take part in an ecumenical gathering for peace in the Jerusalem hills. The tuition includes lodging, 2 meals a day, tours and sightseeing, transfers, cultural activities and all curricular academic studies. For more information and applications please call 914-833-7787 or write firstname.lastname@example.org.
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