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Religion, Science, and Society
Brian Aull
No enrollment limit, no advance sign up
Participants welcome at individual sessions (series)

A series of discussions on world religions and spirituality, their relationship with science, and their impact on society.
Web: http://web.mit.edu/mitba/www/
Contact: Brian Aull, Lin LI-127C, (781) 981-4676, aull@ll.mit.edu
Sponsor: MIT Bahai Association

Brian Aull
Wed Jan 7, 07:30-09:00pm, Wong Aud. (Sloan)

Brian Aull
Mon Jan 12, 07:30-09:00pm, Wong Aud. (Sloan)

Introduction to the Bahá’í Faith
Brian Aull
The Bahá’í Faith is the latest of the world’s major religions and the second most widespread. This presentation will outline its history and basic principles, as well as discussing its current and potential future impact on the world community.
Tue Jan 20, 07:30-09:00pm, Wong Aud. (Sloan)

The Soul: a Bahá’í Perspective
Enayat Rawhani
Mr. Rawhani outlines the description of the soul in the Bahai Writings as a non-physical, immortal entity. Drawing his ideas from the writings of all religions, Mr. Rawhani outlines the connection between the body and the soul, the divine wisdom behind this connection, and its implication in our spiritual life.
Mon Jan 26, 07:30-09:00pm, Wong Aud. (Sloan)

Inspiring the Skeptics About God
Safa Sadeghpour and Hooman Katirai
Thu Jan 29, 07:30-09:00pm, Wong Aud. (Sloan)
Latest update: 16-Jan-2004

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