Special Guest Speaker: Professor Nielsen
Tuesday, March 2, 2012 from 7-9 p.m.
Special lecture + FREE Appetizers!
Kim Nielsen, professor of History and Women’s & Gender Studies at the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, will explore how faith divides and unites us from an historical perspective.
“It takes little more than a glance around the world and politics today to note the overwhelming evidence of the ways that religion divides us as peoples, nations, and faith traditions. Yet nearly all faith traditions hold common elements, such as caring for neighbors—and at specific historical moments, large and small, people across faith traditions have embraced one another in meaningful ways” says Nielsen.
At the Mauthe Center (formerly Ecumenical Center), blue building across from Kress.
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