Theatrical Thursdays: Film and Spirit
A Discussion Series on Nature, Stories, Joy, and Contemplation with Tristan Norman which met 4 to 5 pm at Panera on four Thursdays: Sep. 14th, Oct. 12th, Nov. 9th, Dec. 7th.
Introduction to Liberation Theology
A book study of “Liberation Theology for Armchair Theologians” led by Stephanie Gray.
Can a Christian be a Buddhist, Too?
A workshop, led by Dr. Jay McDaniel, was held on September 16 at the Ecumenical Buddhist Society in Little Rock. The workshop used as a springboard for discussion Paul Knitter’s book, “Without Buddha I Could Not be a Christian”.
Humanistic Islam for the 21st Century
On September 30 a worskop on the philosophy of Muhammad Iqbal, the spiritual father of modern Pakistan and author of The Reconstruction of Religious Thought in Islam, was held at the Medina Institute and Mosque in Little Rock, AR. Farhan Shah, an expert on Iqbal, led the workshop by Skype from Norway.
A weekly exploration – in September and October at Panera from 4-5 pm – of worldviews that encourage the creation of societies and communities that are creative, compassionate, just, participatory, enriched by diversity, humane to animals, and ecologically wise — with no one left behind. They help us approximate Jane Goodall’s Prayer for Peace. We call them “open and relational worldviews.
Muslims in America: Their Civil Rights and Local Contexts
A discussion on the rights and contexts of Muslims in America with Veronica Laizure, Hendrix Graduate and Civil Rights Director for the Council on American-Islamic Relation (CAIR), Oklahoma Chapter. All are welcome.
Multi-Faith Mondays: Learning the Spiritual Alphabet
An interfaith discussion based on the books of Mary Ann and Frederic Brussat. Led by Dr. Jay McDaniel
Cultivating An Interfaith Mindset in Rural Arkansas
A discussion on the role of interfaith initiatives in rural areas in Arkansas facilitated by Rev. Teri Daily and Dr. Jay McDaniel.