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Jacob N. Kinnard

Jacob N. Kinnard is an expert in Indian Buddhism and in the comparative study of religion. He is Associate Professor of Comparative Religious Thought at the Illiff School of Theology. He teaches and lectures on a wide range of topics, including a variety of themes and topics in Indian religions, theoretical and methodological issues in the larger study of religion, comparative pilgrimage, religion and violence, and interreligious dialogue. He earned both his PhD and his MA from the University of Chicago, and a BA from Bowdoin College.

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