Ziad Fahed has a Doctorate in Theology. He is Director of University Mission Office & Associate Professor at Notre Dame University-Louaize, Lebanon. His main research interests are religions and politics, Inter- religious dialogue and pluralism, the role of the Church during the war in Lebanon, the theology of the mission, and the contribution of the Church in building the Lebanese political system.
As a Fulbright scholar he focused on the ‘Religious Pluralism in the US in 2006 in the University of Santa Barbara California. In 2008 he has been awarded a second Fulbright and he focused on Interreligious Dialogue in Temple University, Philadelphia and Auburn Theological Seminarym, New York. At the present, he is studying the impact of monotheistic religions on the Lebanese society, as well as the challenges they pose to the coexistence among different Lebanese religious communities.