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Faith and Culture: The Voice of Faith and Public Reason: Keynote Address

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In his address to open the Wheeler Centre’s Faith and Culture program, series curator Raimond Gaita makes the case for why, in a world beset by religious conflict on the one hand and ‘the new atheism’ on the other, a conversation about the role that faith can play in multicultural, democratic societies - and between nations - is essential.

This talk was followed by a panel discussion featuring Bernadette Tobin, Susan Neiman, Scott Stephens and Asma Barlas.

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