Is God Relevant in Today's World?
Scholars of 8 World Religions and Philosophical Traditions
University of Waterloo, October 24, 2009 - 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
WATERLOO, ON, Oct. 21 /CNW/ - In this year's conference, the World Religions Conference will explore the relevance of God in today's world of science, society of economic uncertainty and cultural multiplicity. With the advancement of science and technology, belief in Faith and God is often considered a conflict with the belief in science. Representatives of 8 different faiths will explore whether belief in God can coexist with belief in science and reason.
The World Religions Conference (WRC) has been serving for the last 29 years in Canada as an invaluable means for bringing different religious and ethnic communities together in a manner which breeds tolerance, peace, cooperation, and understanding amongst the different religions within our society. This event is now the largest Multi-faith events of its kind in Canada.
The Conference is expected to draw an attendance of approximately 800. It is organized by the Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama'at with the cooperation and partnership of the City of Waterloo, City of Kitchener, University of Waterloo over 20 other organizations and faith groups.
Renowned speakers will be representing Christianity, Judaism, Aboriginals, Sikhism, Hinduism, Buddhism, Humanism (Atheists and Agnostics) and Islam at the conference. Faith organizations will present spiritual presentations of poems and songs and set up a World Religions' Exhibition.
Several Local, Provincial and National leaders of Canada, are scheduled to attend and deliver greetings.
Complimentary Lunch and dinner. Free Admission. For details visit www.worldreligionsconference.org
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For further information: For further information: Nabeel A. Rana, Chief Planning and Coordinating Officer, World Religions Conference, Toll Free: 1-877-INFO-WRC, Email: email@example.com