The Baptist Seminary of Kentucky often offers intensive courses over the summer. Intensive courses are offered more than one day a week
and are completed over a shorter time-span. This summer, we will offer Muslim Christian Relations with Dr. Roy Fuller on Monday and Thursday evenings from 6:00-8:45 PM. Muslim Christian Relations will begin in late May and run through early July. This class, like all other classes, is not just offered to students enrolled in the M.Div. program. BSK regularly welcomes auditors to our classrooms. Muslim Christian Relations is an intensive course can be taken at both our Louisville and Georgetown locations.
If you would like to audit this course, you can apply to do so here. Read below the description for WRL 609: Muslim Christian Relations:
WRL 609 Muslim Christian Relations – Credit 3 hours
An exploration of the ways in which Christian and Muslim relationships have evolved through history. Through patterns of conflict and cooperation, both religions have formed theological frameworks with which Muslims and Christians continue to engage each other to the present. Attention will be given to ways in which scholars and adherents of each tradition are engaged in rethinking the relationship between the two faiths, and the reality that theological perceptions are colored by the particular contexts in which Muslims and Christians interact.