The King & Faith Interreligious Symposium brings together scholars and the general public in interreligious discussions on themes of justice in varied religious traditions.
The King & Faith Symposium, a distinguished program of the Northern California Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Foundation, is a thought-provoking platform where religious scholars and theologians delve into the profound aspects of Dr. King's thought and legacy. This symposium stands as a testament to the enduring connection between faith and social justice that defined Dr. King's work.
In collaboration with Stanford University's Office of Religious and Spiritual Life and the Center for Islamic Studies at the Graduate Theological Union, the symposium fosters interdisciplinary dialogue, promoting understanding and unity among diverse faith traditions. Scholars explore the ethical, spiritual, and moral dimensions of Dr. King's teachings, highlighting his role as a transformative figure who drew inspiration from his faith to champion civil rights and equality.
The King & Faith Symposium serves as a beacon of inspiration, encouraging attendees to reflect on the intersection of faith and activism while carrying forward Dr. King's message of love, justice, and compassion in their own communities and endeavors. It's a testament to the enduring relevance of his faith-inspired vision in our contemporary world.
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