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Dr. Nichole Torbitzky discusses the history and beliefs of Islam.
Dr. Torbitzky is a professor of philosophy and religion at Lindenwood University. She received her doctorate from Claremont Graduate University, in Claremont, CA and her Master of Divinity from Pittsburgh Theological Seminary in Pittsburgh, PA. She taught critical thinking at the University of LaVerne before joining the faculty at Lindenwood University in the Philosophy and Religion program in 2014. She teaches courses including World Religions, Islam and the West, Religions of India, Women, Religion, and Violence, and African American Religions. Torbitzky’s research investigates Whiteheadian notions of subjective form as connected to Christ and the internal relations subjective form has on the ordering of eternal objects in the primordial nature of God. She currently contributes to the Process and Faith Lectionary Commentary, looking at the Lectionary texts from a Process theological perspective.
Faith, Mohammed, 5 Pillars of Islam, Islamic Law, Mecca, Hijab, Sunni, Shi’a, Sufi, Middle East, Indonesia, Good Deeds, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Iraq
Heidenrech, Don and Torbitzky, Nichole, "Islam with guest Reverend Dr. Nichole Torbitzky" (2021). Thinking Aloud. 5.
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