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New Meetup: St. Paul Interfaith Network: Family Feuds How We Deal With Difference Mon Nov 16

From: Bjorn W.
Sent on: Wednesday, November 4, 2009 3:20 PM
Announcing a new Meetup for Minnesota Atheists Meetup Group!

What: St. Paul Interfaith Network: Family Feuds How We Deal With Difference Mon Nov 16

When: November 16,[masked]:00 PM

Central Baptist Church
420 Roy St. N
Saint Paul, MN 55104

The Saint Paul Interfaith Network, a project of the Saint Paul Area Council of Churches is featuring a Fall Dialog Series, ending with a dialog about religious differences. Panelists will be:

Owais Bayunus (Muslim)
Dr. William McDonough (Catholic)
Ed Rice (Baha?i)
Bjorn Watland (Atheist)

Details of the Fall Series are below:

Family Feuds:
How We Deal with Difference
Across Faith Traditions, Within Our Own
Faith Tradition, and Inside Ourselves
A 5-week series of panel discussions with local religious leaders and table dialogue
among participants from different religious traditions on our theme: dealing with difference
related to race, gender, socio-economic status, sexual orientation, and religion.

SPIN?s Fall Dialogue Series 2009
? To witness and practice effective dialogue dealing with perceived difference across faith
traditions, within our own faith tradition and inside ourselves
? To understand the various ways groups and individuals deal with perceived difference and
the religious/textual basis for each (using examples of race, gender, sexual orientation,
socio-economic status and religion)
? To learn effective ways to deal with difference for the good of our communities and the

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