The interfaith studies program demonstrates Nazareth's commitment to globalization, pluralism, inclusiveness and spiritual values. As we live together in a “small village” or in a “ship in the vast ocean,” we need to build relations and understanding for peaceful coexistence, better living and work environment.
Courses in the program are:
Education: B.A. and M.A., University of Peshawar; Ph.D., Temple University
Teaching and Research Interests: Dr. Muhammad Shafiq studies and teaches comparative religion, theory and method in Religious Studies, Islamic Studies, Interfaith Studies, and Malcolm and Martin. He directs the interdisciplinary minor in Interfaith Studies. His research interest are mainly in the area of Islam and Interfaith Studies.