Organized by Rumi Forum and CNU Department of Philosophy & Religious Studies.

 

Speakers:
Mr. Vladimir Fedorenko, Rethink Institute
Mr. Moises Hassan-Amselem, Independent Scholar
Rev. Daniel Jungkuntz, Peninsula Pastoral Counseling Center
Dr. Graham Schweig, Christopher Newport University
Moderator: Dr. Hussam S. Timani, Christopher Newport University
Although all religions profess that their tradition promotes peace and aims to establish harmony among diverse people and nations, there is, paradoxically, very little peace in the world. In this panel/symposium, the speakers will, from the perspective of their faith tradition, analyze the role of religion in conflict resolution and peace establishment.  The traditions discussed in this panel include:  Islam, Judaism, Christianity and Hinduism
 
Speakers:
Mr. Vladimir Fedorenko, Rethink Institute
Mr. Moises Hassan-Amselem, Independent Scholar
Rev. Daniel Jungkuntz, Peninsula Pastoral Counseling Center
Dr. Graham Schweig, Christopher Newport University

Moderator: Dr. Hussam S. Timani, Christopher Newport University

Wednesday, February 29, 2012
Gaines Theatre in the Freeman Center at CNU campus

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