"An Interfaith Conversation: Religion in the Public Square,"

In United States of Americaby

16Feb2016

Institute of Interfaith Literacy and Leadership / 610-371-5059

A panel of interfaith leaders met Tuesday night at Albright College to discuss God and country and how they intersect in the United States. While there was no direct reference to the presidential election, a representatives each from the Christian, Muslim, Jewish and Buddhist faiths tackled issues including the role of religion in a democracy and whether limits can be placed on religious freedom. The event, called "An Interfaith Conversation: Religion in the Public Square," attracted an audience of about 60 people. - See more at: http://www.readingeagle.com/news/article/albright-college-hosts-four-perspectives-on-faith-in-the-public-square#sthash.7svM58cH.dpuf

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