Ph. D., Qum Seminary - Global Institute for Islamic Studies
2115 Summit Avenue/JRC153, Saint Paul, MN 55105
Office Location: JRC152
Ph.D. Qum Seminary- Global Institue for Islamic Studies:
Comparative Theology and Jurisprudence
Courses Taught at UST:
History of the Modern Middle East 218
Supervision of independent research – Women in Islam
Supervision of independent research - Business Law in Islam
Scholarly Expertise and Interests:
Development of early Christianity
Early history of Islam
Muhawesh, Odeh (1991) الكتاب المقدس تحت المجهر Alketab Al-Moqadas Taht Al-Mijhar (The Holy Book Under the Microscope) (Arabic and English), Ansaryan Publishing, Qum, Iran
Muhawesh, Odeh (1987), Fatima the Gracious (English), Ansaryan Publishing,
Islam & Christianity, brothers at odds, an essay covering the similarities and differences between the teachings of the two faiths http://www.omuhawesh.com/books
War & Nuclear Weapons in Contemporary Muslim Thought
Tradition – an online article for the Muslim/Christian Dialogue Center at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN.
Prophethood - an online article for the Muslim/Christian Dialogue Center at the University of St. Thomas, St. Paul, MN.
The Doctrine of Infallibility – An essay for Reflections Magazine, Detroit, Michigan.
Presented paper entitled “Women Rights in Islam in Contemporary Western Culture” at Arizona State University, Month Days, in Phoenix Arizona. 2010
Lecture on Immigrant Muslims Integration into North American Societies, University of Toronto, December 8-9 2010, broadcasted by the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation.
Lecture at Winona State University entitled “Islam and Christianity, Shared Beliefs” 2010
Keynote speaker, Muslim Unity, a message of peace, New York, City, Center for Monotheistic Beliefs, preceded by lecture to Wayne University Faculy and staff on Shia/Sunni teachings and polemics. Speech was broadcast on cable Television to the entire East Coast Region. 2007
Invited Panelist by the Guthrie Theatre and the Minnesota Consortium of Theological Schools titled "Power and Corruption: Reflections on Shakespeare's Macbeth," along with Mr. Peter C. Hutchinson, President, The Bush Foundation; Co-founder, Public Strategies; Independence Party Candidate for Governor, 2006, Dr. David J. Lose, Director of the Center for Biblical Preaching, Luther Seminary, and Rev. David Ridder, Vice President and Dean, Bethel Seminary 2010
Board member Advisory board, Muslims/Christian Dialogue Center
Board member, Norris Institute
Board member, Advisory board, College of Arts and Sciences, University of St. Thomas