Exploring insights into existential questions based on science and religion
Theme: Speakers that are religious practitioners and scientists in the field of natural or social sciences will be exploring insights into existential questions based on science and religion (including their relationships), through talks and answering questions.
Date: Sunday 23rd April 2017
Pre-event (optional): 2pm to 3pm – Talk on Zoroastrian religion and tour of centre
Main event: 3pm to 7pm
Attendance: Free of charge and all are welcome.
Full details of programme: Available here
Further Information from: Pejman Khojasteh
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Celebrating the life of Huston Smith
6.30pm on Wednesday 10 May at the Headquarters of the Buddhist Society 58 Eccleston Square London SW1V 1PH
We look forward to welcoming you to our lecture with Richard Boeke celebrating the life of Huston Smith.
Huston Smith, who died in December, was a renowned author and theologian whose book 'The World's Religions' has been a standard text for 50 years and TV series 'The Search for America' was a treasure trove of meetings with spiritual leaders.
Revd. Richard Boeke is a Vice President of World Congress of Faiths, Co-chair of the Peace Commission of the International Association of Religious Freedom, a lecturer and an author.
The talk will follow our Annual General Meeting at 5pm
Refreshments: From 6pm
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