Interfaith Cooperation: An Invitation for All Beliefs on ICERM Radio aired Saturday, August 13, 2016 @ 2 PM Eastern Time (New York).
Guest Lecturer: Elizabeth Sink, Department of Communication Studies, Colorado State University
This lecture focuses on one of those big things that we are told NEVER to talk about in polite conversation. No, even though it is an election year, the lecture isn’t about politics, or money. Elizabeth Sink talks about religion, specifically, interfaith cooperation. She starts by sharing her story and the personal stake she has in this work. Then, she shares how students on her campus at Colorado State University are bravely crossing faith and belief lines and changing the stories we most commonly hear about religion in US America.
Listen to the talk on the ICERM Radio website.
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