RSC Senior Fellow

Dr. Fr. Victor Edwin SJ is Lecturer on “Islam and Christian-Muslim Relations” at Vidyajyoti College of Theology, New Delhi. Director of the Vidyajyoti Institute of Islamic Studies (VIDIS), he serves as Secretary of the Islamic Studies Association (ISA) and edits the ISA quarterly “Salaam”. He holds a Master’s degree in Islamic Studies at Aligargh Muslim University, and earned his Licentiate in Theology from Vidyajyoti College of Theology, before gaining a M.Phil. in Christian-Muslim Relations at the University of Birmingham. He holds a Ph.D. in Islamic Studies from Jamia Millia Islamia, New Delhi.

See also:

Women in Islamic Religious Thinking

Learning from the ‘God-Consciousness’ of My Muslim Friends

Lessons Learned from History for Today’s Christian-Muslim Relations

“Fratelli Tutti”: A Young Muslim’s Perspective

Women in Muslim Religious Thought

Interreligious Dialogue: The Role of Vidyajyoti’s Islamic Studies Association

How Interreligious Dialogue Can Bridge the Gap between Muslims and Christians

Practicing Christian-Muslim Dialogue in India: Towards a Method

Islamic Studies Association (ISA): 40 years at the Service of Christian-Muslim Relations

RSC Advisor Fr. Victor Edwin Awarded for his Engagement in Promoting Interreligious Dialogue

St. Francis and the Sultan: Crossing Borders to Achieve Peace

Religions are the Gateway for Peace and Security

Interreligious Dialogue for Iftar

Any Serious Dialogue Should Consider Similarities and Differences

“Seeking Communion”: Conversations on Christian-Muslim Dialogue

“Salaam”: Challenges Faced by Muslims in the Present Age