Abraham' s Circle: How Our Sacred Texts Shape Our Relationships with Others

In United States of America by

08Feb2016

From 5:00pm

At James F. Veninga Theater at 625 Stewart Ave

UWMC's Wisconsin Institute for Public Policy and Service / 715-261-6368

Pastors and authorities from five faiths will be featured at a forum in Wausau where they will talk about their religions. The two-part ecumenical dialogue begins next week at the University of Wisconsin-Marathon County Center for Civic Engagement. The featured experts are from five faiths that trace a common origin to the prophet Abraham - mainline and evangelical Protestant, Roman Catholic, Jewish and Islamic. Organizers say the panelists will discuss "sacred texts" of their religions and key aspects of believers and how each faith views non-members or outsiders. The forums are free and open to the public. Community members can submit questions for the panelists. Each two-hour session will begin at 5 p.m. at the James F. Veninga Theater at 625 Stewart Ave. WAOW TV anchor Melissa Langbehn will moderate the discussion.

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