April 29, 2014. Co-sponsored with Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, & World Affairs. Christian-Muslim (and Jewish) relations have existed for as long as Islam has been on the scene of history. There have been periods of fruitful cooperation and dialogue, as well as times of serious conflict and struggle. There is much to learn from the past as we address contemporary issues and also as we try and identify what the future holds for us. Will those who want division and mutual isolation triumph over those who wish informed conversation and friendship, whilst maintaining the distinctives of each faith? The lecture covered these and other topics.