Making the Familiar Strange: Knowledge and Morality

JUN

23

Tuesday, June 23
12:00 pm – 1:00 pm CST
Zoom (Registration required)

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Making the Familiar Strange is an opportunity for interfaith dialogue that inspires people of different religious and nonreligious backgrounds to read the same text together. Rather than providing answers, creating arguments, or shutting down conversation, Making the Familiar Strange gives attendees an opportunity to investigate and share different perspectives on the same texts.

This week we will be looking at how knowledge and morality are discussed in the first three chapters of Genesis, and how we might find deep value in reading religious texts from new points of view.

This program requires access to the texts in question, which can be a physical copy or online copy of a Bible, Tanakh, or other text that includes the biblical book of Genesis.

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