The Mt. Carmel Lutheran Church in San Luis Obispo will be holding a six-week series of lectures on Islam, Hinduism, Judiasm, Buddhism and Christianaity.
The series will be held at the church at 17021 Fredericks St in San Luis and will start Sunday, Jan 6 at 10 a.m. and will continue on the next six Sundays at 10 a.m. as well. A series of experts will discuss the various traditions and beliefs of these world's great religions. If you wanted to expand your spiritual knowledge, this is an excellent way to get a start.
Jan 6: Tony Criscuolo on the Vedic tradition
Jan 13: Cal Poly religious studies professor Stephen Lloyd moffett on the split between Catholic and Eastern Orthodox in 1054.
Jan 27: Deborah Wilhelm from the Monterey Diocese on Mary's place in Catholic theology and the role of women in the Catholic Church
Feb 3: Naiyerah Kolkailah, president of the Islamic Society of SLO County, on the Quran
Feb 10: Sozan Peter Schellin-sensi on Zen Buddhism.
For more information call Heather Ross at 544-2133 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org or check the website.