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GMU May 2023 Global Update

GMU May 2023 Global Update

Engage in the inspiring convergence of Science , technology, and sacred traditions…Attend the Parliament of the World’s Religions with GMU…Learn about Hans Kung and the “Global Ethic”…participate in Peace Studies and Prison Chaplaincy…evaluate online sources and more!

GMU at the Parliament of the World’s Religions

GMU at the Parliament of the World’s Religions

GMU will chair a panel presentation on “Interfaith and Multicultural Perspectives on Religion and Science: Global Climate Crisis” on August 14 from 5:30 – 7 PM in Room E253a as part of the Science and Religion track. President Grudzen and Marita Grudzen will be joined by Dr. Reginald Nalugala, of Tangaza University, Kenya, and Fr. Augustine Pamplany, Director of the Institute of Science and Religion in Kerala, India.

President Grudzen is hosting a Zoom interfaith event on Thursday, June 15 at 4 PM Pacific time to recognize the contribution of Hans Kung to the Global Ethic movement of the Parliament of the World’s Religions.

Meeting with the Founder of BioLogos

Meeting with the Founder of BioLogos

President Gerald Grudzen and his wife, Marita Grudzen met with Dr. Francis Collins, founder of BioLogos, and Professor Deborah Haarfsma, President of BioLogos, at a Biologois event, Beyond the Impasse: Seeking Truth in Faith & Science, at the Fox Theater in Redwood City, CA, where there were over 450 people in attendance.

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