IBNA- The first program from the series of cultural meetings titled "A Night with German Writers" was held by Iran's Cultural Attaché to Germany in Berlin.
According to IBNA correspondent, quoting the public relations department of Islamic Culture and Relations Organization, the subject of the first program from the series was "Devine Names" and a book by German author and researcher of Islamic studies Kathleen Göbel titled 'The Secret of Devine Names' was reviewed at the event.
The series of programs aim to introduce those German writers who are working on Iranology and Islamic studies as well as cultural ties between Iran and Germany.
Iranian Cultural Attaché to Germany Hamid Mohammadi said at the event: "Ms. Göbel has gathered an extensive material of various Islamic sources from various sects on the most beautiful names of God in a bid to describe them for German readers.”
“The resulting book, 'The Secret of Devine Names' has been published in 344 pages by Verlog Main Donau Publishing this year,” he added.
Following the session, Kathleen Göbel said: “I have elaborated on Divine Names by drawing on the verses of the Holy Quran, hadiths and other sources. I have compiled a collection of calligraphy and typography works which have been collected during my visits to Islamic countries.”