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Unifying the community on 9/11 anniversary: an interfaith panel on ‘God’ at TMCC

By ThisIsReno

RAJAN ZED NEWS RELEASE

How do the different faith traditions define and view “God”?

Truckee Meadows Community College is organizing a panel discussion on “God” on Saturday, Sept. 10, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at its Meadowood Center (5270 Neil Road, Reno, Room 300).

A Christian pastor, Muslim imam, Hindu leader, Buddhist priest, Jewish rabbi and atheist thinker will explain and discuss “God” and answer related questions. Rajan Zed, director of interfaith relations of the Nevada Clergy Association, is the coordinator.

Centering around “how the different religions define and view God”, discussion will revolve around images of God, experiencing God, God and values, God in scriptures, myth, love of God, way to God, gods, creator and destroyer, human search for the eternal truth, etc., and even rejecting and criticizing God, according to Zed.

Cost for “Perspectives on God” (CR102C) is $49.

Pre-registration with TMCC is preferred. There is a discount for seniors. For questions, please call 775-829-9010 or visit http://www.tmcc.edu/wdce/.

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