Contemporary Religion & Science Dialouges

March 19, 2014 - March 10, 2014
Mānoa Campus, Sakamaki C-308

Science and religion represent two fundamental expressions of the human spirit; neither is likely to go away. Do they stand in irreconcilable conflict, or can they serve as complementary partners, aiding humanity in addressing contemporary global challenges? We will also explore in what ways science-religion dialogues can contribute to deepening conversations across the family of religions in the West with growing links to Buddhist and Taoist responses.


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Philosophy, Mānoa Campus

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Wednesday, March 19

 
7:15am
2014 Annual Veterans Conference
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8:00am
First Aid / CPR / AED Class
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10:00am
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Meteorology Seminar
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The Ethnobiology Society Invited Lecture Series
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4:30pm
Global Chef Program - Colombia
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5:00pm
"Women's Roles in Micronesia: Then and Now" - Francis X. Hezel, SJ
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6:00pm
ASUH Executive Committee Meeting
Mānoa Campus, Campus Center 310
6:30pm
Wednesday Night Southeast Asia Movie
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