Preview: An open invitation
Professor Alan Lenzi in the Department of Religious Studies invites all students and interested community members to a discussion about the nature of deity in Judaism, Christianity and Islam and what is owed this deity in the form of reverence, worship and obedience. Lenzi will not lecture. Rather, the idea is to gather interested individuals to educate one another through discussion and questions.
The event will take place on Tuesday, April 21 from 5:15-6 p.m. in WPC 142 (first floor classroom in the Annex). The event is no-host or BYOF. Please feel free to bring your dinner with you.
The event intends to demonstrate the kinds of things explored in RELI 30 Western Religious Traditions, which is a comparative treatment of the three major monotheisms. RELI 30 Western Religious Traditions, which fulfills GE requirement II-B, will be offered next fall semester, Mondays and Wednesdays from 3:30-5:15 p.m. The registration codes are 82133 (regular) and 82429 (Honors).
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