Did you miss the show…
What Defines a Sacred Space?
For Major Religious Traditions
KBDI Channel 12 Wednesdays May 11& 18, 2005 at 9:30 p.m.
CJS and the Center for Religion and Public Life teamed up for a new Town
Hall series that explored the concept of sacred space in Hinduism,
Christianity, Islam, Judaism and Buddhism – what defines it, how is it used
and the more complicated question, is it possible to share? Hosted by the
Center for Judaic Studies, Dr. David Shneer, the dynamic panel included:
Sarah Pessin – Assistant Professor of Philosophy and Judaic Studies at DU
Ginni Ishimatsu – Associate Professor of Religious Studies at DU
George – Associate Professor of Biblical Studies at the Iliff School of
Jacob Kinnard – Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at the Iliff School
Liyakat Takim – Assistant Professor of Religious Studies at DU
If you missed the show, tapes - which includes both episodes - are
available at CJS for $20. For more information please call 303.871.3020.
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