San Francisco, California
London, United Kingdom
When : Wednesday, December 3, 2014 - 6:30pm
Where : Winter Park Community Center- Oak & Elk Ball Room
Theme : Belief And Freedom Of Conscience
Speakers : Bishop John Noonan, Diocese of Orlando
Imam Abdullah Antepli, Duke Divinity School
Table of Abraham is a panel discussion with representatives from each of the three Abrahamic traditions who explain and examine their faith with one another.
Abraham is considered the father of the three monotheistic faiths in the world, Judaism, Christianity, and Islam. In the spirit of dialogue and in honor Abraham, the Atlantic Institute regularly hosts a panel program that brings community members, community leaders, university professors, and clergy from the three Abrahamic faiths to engage in a dialogue about the commonalities of and common issues concerning the Abrahamic communities over delicious food.
This event is open to public.
6:30pm -7:15pm Reception with open buffet dinner
7:15pm Program introduction
7:20pm - 8:20pm Lectures (20 min. per guest)
8:20- 9:00pm Table Discussions and Q&A
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Atlantic Institute Central Florida
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