Assumption University Centre for Religion and Culture
DR. NORMAN KING, The Stephen Jarislowsky Chair in Religion and Conflict
“THE SACREDNESS AND DIGNITY OF THE HUMAN PERSON: INTER-RELIGIOUS AND INTER-WORLDVIEW PERSPECTIVES”
One of the challenges today is to find a vision of life that illumines and sustains the struggle to fashion a world in which personal integrity, human friendship, and social justice, are honoured and fostered. One possible foundation lies in the conviction of the worth, value, or sacredness of the human person, and, indeed, of all life and being. This notion is one that can be shared both by those who adhere to a religious tradition, and also by people of diverse backgrounds and convictions. These themes will be explored in this presentation.
THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 2014 AT 4:30 P.M.
HOFFMAN AUDITORIUM, IONA COLLEGE, 208 Sunset Avenue, Windsor, Ontario
Tel. 519-973-7033 press ‘0’ or firstname.lastname@example.org
Everyone welcome – no admission charge. Discussion and Refreshments to follow.
Sponsored by the Centre for Religion and Culture Assumption University