"The U.S. and the Abrahamic Faiths (Judaism, Christianity and Islam): The Public Role of Religion"November 2, 2009 at 79 p.m.

Time: November 2, 2009 at 79 p.m.
Location:Olin Hall 103

The third minicourse in our Exploring Religious Questions series is a 6-weeks course taught by Dr. Darrell Jodock, with assistance from other professors in the Religion and Political Science Departments. Dates are Oct. 12, 19, 26, November 2, 9, & 16 from 7-9pm. The course is for anyone who seeks a deeper understanding of the impact of religious diversity across the spectrum of traditional differences of the three Abrahamic faiths as well as denominational differences within Christianity. We will examine how religious priorities actually do affect current American politics and multiple issues in our society.

Everyone is welcome! The cost is $30/person, but free for Gustavus students or staff. Registration deadline is October 7, 2009. Call Marilyn at 507-933-7001 with questions. Registration form for the series is available online at http://gustavus.edu/churchrelations/files/erq09.pdf. If the deadline has passed and you would like to attend, contact the Office of Church Relations to see if space is available.

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