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  • Jul
    06
    2010

    The Difficult Subject of Faith

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    Revolutionary Faith, Dave Bush

    Dave Bush

    In this lecture Dave proposes that faith can be re-imagined as revolutionary in the context of emancipatory politics. He argues for a renewed faith in political change, faith in collective utopias, and faith in each other.

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    Where’s Your Faith, Pam Johnson

    Pam Johnson

    This lecture is structured around the three reasons Pam has come to believe in a living God. Pam connects her faith to her practice as a textile and fashion designer.

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    Zionist Judaism to Palestinian Solidarity: A Journey, Jake Feldman

    Jake Feldman

    In this lecture Jake details his Zionist Jewish upbringing and his political journey to solidarity with Palestine. Jake explains how solidarity with Palestine has now become an important part of his Jewish faith. Justice is a Jewish value and his commitment to justice for all and Palestinian solidarity has renewed Jake’s sense of Jewish pride as well as shame.

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    I think I’m agnostic….maybe?, Stewart Innes

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    In this lecture Stewart describes growing up “churched” and how pop culture and music led him to question organized religion.

    Halifax - 2664 Fuller Terrace at 9pm

    * entrance from Bellaire Terrace (rain or shine)

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