Bridging Interfaith Tension through Dialogue
Faith communities and/or how we participate in them can give us purpose, meaning, and connection, but can sometimes divide us from people in different faith communities. Join us for an evening of dialogue about faith and ethics. We’ll hear the views of committed practitioners of different faiths. We’ll also discuss the key ethical commitments of our own and others’ faith communities, the ethical tensions that can arise in interactions with people from different faith communities, and a case study that raises fundamental questions about the ethical issues involved in maintaining our own faith commitments while interacting with people who hold different commitments. Those who attend will have opportunities to both hear different perspectives and share their own with their small group. Seating is limited to 150. This is event is being co-sponsored by a number of campus and community groups such as: The Provost Ethics Colloquiums, CSU's Multi-Faith & Belief Student Council, the Fort Collins Interfaith Council, CSU's Center for Public Deliberation, and several others.
Dates and Times:
March 23, 2017 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM
Lory Student Center Grand Ballroom A
Elizabeth Sink, 970-491-2645, Elizabeth.Sink@colostate.edu