2 p.m., Monday–Thursday, Hall of Philosophy
The Interfaith Lecture Series is designed to present issues that impact the lived experience of everyday life from theological, religious, spiritual, ethical, and humanitarian perspectives.  Find video and audio recordings of past lectures, including those from the current season, at our Online Grounds.

 

Interfaith Fridays
Why should the world be moving in an interfaith direction? Nine lectures, on nine Fridays, from nine leaders in nine different faith traditions will answer that question. Moderated by the Rt. Rev. V. Gene Robinson, this lively and engaging conversation is also live-streamed on Facebook and archived at online.chq.org, so you can participate regardless of whether you are on the grounds or away.

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Week One :: June 22–28

Religious Moments That Changed the World

Theme description in progress.

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Week Two :: June 29–July 5

Communities Working Toward the Common Good

Theme description in progress.

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Week Three :: July 6–12

Searching for the Historical Jesus

Theme description in progress.

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Week Four :: July 13–19

Falling Upwards: A Week with Richard Rohr, OFM

Theme description in progress.

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Week Five :: July 20–26

Chautauqua: Rising from the Ashes of the Burned-Over District

Theme description in progress.

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Week Six :: July 27–August 2

What's So Funny About Religion?

Theme description in progress.

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Week Seven :: August 3–9

Grace: A Celebration of Extraordinary Gifts

Theme description in progress.

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Week Eight :: August 10–16

Soft Power

Theme description in progress.

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Week Nine :: August 17–25

Exploring Race and Religion

Theme description in progress.

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