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Twin Cities Atheists Message Board › New Meetup: Beyond Our Differences Film & Dialogue - Feb 5 5-8 p.m.

New Meetup: Beyond Our Differences Film & Dialogue - Feb 5 5-8 p.m. Students free Others $5

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Announcing a new Meetup for Twin Cities Atheists!

What: Beyond Our Differences Film & Dialogue - Feb 5 5-8 p.m. Students free Others $5

When: Friday, February 5, 2010 5:00 PM

Mayo Memorial Auditorium University of Minnesota
425 Delaware Street SE
Minneapolis, MN 55455

Thanks to Scott Jackson for the heads up. There will be a film screening followed by dialog. I think it will be important for atheists to be in the audience, even though this film is not targeted to include the opinions of the non religious.

Beyond Our Differences Film Screening & Community Dialogue

February 5, 2010

Beyond our Differences, a documentary conceived and directed by Minneapolis-based Peter Bisanz, explores the positive role of faith in the world today and the fundamental unity of the world's religions. Where do world leaders in politics, religion, culture, arts and science weigh in on the fundamental issues of our time? How do these leaders apply their own experiences with faith and morality when forming constructive solutions for the world's most distressing and calamitous problems? In what context do faith and religion play principal roles in inspiring our collective peoples toward a more peaceful and compassionate humanity? (For more information about the film, go to

This program is will be hosted by the Student Mindfulness Club with support from the Center for Spirituality & Healing. Program starts at 5:00 p.m. Film, facilitation and food will be provided. Audience dialogue will be facilitated by Center faculty Mark Umbreit, PhD, (Professor, School of Social Work) followed by Q&A with Peter Bisanz. This will be held in the Mayo Memorial Auditorium at 425 Delaware St. S.E., Minneapolis, MN 55455. Cost: Free to students; suggested donation of $5 for non-students. Register at­ by February 3.

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