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Interfaith Dialog Series: Why Should People Believe Any Religion At All?

Author: Author unknown, Issue: January 1998, Topic: Religion

The interfaith dialog series will continue with its third topic, what each faith tradition's response is to the question of why people should believe in any religion at all. The first dialog centered around the theme of each tradition's understanding of the concept of diety, with presentations from Buddhism, Christianity, and Islam, and the second around the theme of how each understands what the purpose of human existance is, with Taoism also being represented. The next dialog is scheduled for Sunday, March 8, 1998, from 2 to 5 pm at the Tsukuba Information Center. Watch for further announcements later.

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