Part of Seattle University School of Theology and Ministry’s lecture series Faith and Values in the Public Square, this exciting panel presentation will examine the role of the faithful person in the world today. The panel begins at 7:00 p.m. and will be preceded by a reception at 6:30 p.m. in Pigott Atrium featuring displays of local faith-based advocacy and action organizations.
Panel members include: Rabbi Jill Jacobs (Rabbis for Human Rights- North America), Professor Cynthia Moe-Lobeda (Seattle University Department of Theology and Religious Studies) and Tarek Dawoud (Council on American-Islamic Relations) engage in an interreligious conversation on Faith and Active Citizenship at Seattle University. The panel offers each speaker an opportunity to answer the following questions from his/her experience faith. A question period will follow the panel presentation.
1.What is the role of faith in today’s sense of the public square?
2.What are the three main challenges of being a person of faith in this country?
3.How should faith inspire and frame action in this country?
4.What are two suggestions that you have for your faith community in engaging with the public square?
For more information : http://www.seattleu.edu/stm/faithandvalues