The Forum for the Study of Christianity offers an intensive exposure to the history and thought of
Christianity. It meets annually for half-a- year, covering several centuries each year. The program is designed
for postgraduate students and third-year honors B.A. students of all departments who have a certain
background in the study of Christianity which they wish to deepen. The Forum is led by Dr. Yonatan Moss
(Buber Society of Fellows, teaches in the Comparative Religion Department), and organized by Noam
Maeir, Shraga Bick (M.A. students in the Comparative Religion Department), and Omer Hacker (M. A.
student in Sociology and Anthropology).
After a successful opening year, which covered the second-sixth centuries, the program now enters its
second year, which will be dedicated to the seventh through ninth centuries. Following a competitive
application process, students are granted a stipend from the CSC.
The program includes twelve meetings, twice monthly. Participants are required to prepare relatively
extended readings for each meeting (100-150 pages). The readings combine primary sources (in English
translation) and a series of up-to- date studies in any given field.
For further details click HERE (in Hebrew)