But Where is the Lamb? Imagining the Story of Abraham and Isaac



On September 17th, 2014, the Institute on Ethnicity, Culture, and the Modern Experience proudly presented the distinguished historian and writer Rutgers Professor James Goodman in an interfaith discussion of the compelling and resonant story of God's command to Abraham that he sacrifice his son, Isaac. It is a story that journeys from its Biblical origin to its important place in the world's three monotheistic religions. 

Professor Goodman was joined by Imam W. Deen Shareef of Newark Interfaith Coalition for Hope and Peace, Rabbi Clifford Kulwin of Congregation B'nai Abraham, and Dr. Gregg Mast, the President of the New Brunswick Theological Seminary.