Tuesday, August 18 from 7:00-8:30 pm
Martin Luther King, Jr. said, “The arc of the moral universe is long, but it bends toward justice”.
Justice is the cornerstone of any reputable faith. This justice is designed to enhance the life experiences of its followers, honor the humanity, and respect the diversity that was created by a higher entity.
Faith demands from every believer that they live their life in the quest for justice for all, without prejudice or desire for selfish gain. Amid the crippling challenges of the 20th century, the quest for this justice couldn’t ring truer. As a result, many have turned towards guidance based in their faith traditions to help them achieve the noble goal of justice. This does not diminish the efforts towards justice made by those who do not follow any organized religion. The vehicle through which justice is achieved varies, with some religions preaching faith thorough prayers or professed belief, while others encourage the practice of faith through action. Such a variety of approaches can easily lead to misunderstandings of a faith.
Join us as we explore the intersection of justice and faith in a few religions and dispel some of the misconceptions including time for live Q&A.