Dr. Scott Alexander is Associate Professor of Islam and Director, Catholic-Muslim Studies at Chicago Theological Union.
Dr. Alexander holds degrees from Harvard and Columbia Universities. He is dedicated to the study of Islam in the context of his broader training as an historian of religions.
His teaching and research interests include medieval Muslim sectarianism, the mystical traditions of Muslim spirituality, Quranic studies, and the history and future of Muslim-Christian relations, and interfaith dialogue.
Scott Alexander recounts the journey of a vocational discernment.
Do you want your children learning form people of other faiths?
Scott Alexander, Director of Catholic-Muslim Studies at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, reflects on interreligious dialogue as the practice of following Christ across religious and cultural boundaries.
Can become a better Christian from honest encounters with Muslims?
Who is transformed in an interfaith encounter?
What does hospitality, evangelism and witness look like when encountering folks in a multifaith world?