Talk: Stories of the Apocalypse

Speakers: Mohamed Aadroun, Janneke Stegeman & Anne-Maria van Hilst
Presentation: Raphael Rodan & Sahand Sahebdivani
Spoken word: Margo van de Linde
Music: Erik SjOholm


Duration: 60 min

Start: 17:30

End: 18:30

Price: € 6.50

Every belief system has its own stories explaining how the world is going to end. In this talk, we are going to discuss how Judaism, Christianity and Islam imagine the Apocalypse. Do these stories comfort us or serve as a warning?
Verschillende religies hebben allemaal hun eigen versie over het einde van de wereld. We bespreken hoe Jodendom, Islam en Christendom aankijken tegen de Apocalypse. Bieden deze verhalen ons troost of waarschuwen ze ons juist?…

Mohamed Aadroun is one of the founders and a creative director of the Amsterdam Andalusian Orchestra. Besides written language, he sees music as a second instrument with which his stories can be told.
Janneke Stegeman is Dutch theologian with great knowledge of the old testament. She is interested in the interaction between religion and conflict and indecent theology and regularly gives lectures, preaches and writes articles on these topics.

Anne-Maria van Hilst is an educator, publicist, and frequent participant in interreligious dialogues. One of her functions is the guidance and preparation of Jewish youngsters with their Bar/Bat Mitzvah.

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