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" A Heart Capable of Every Form"- atheism, agnosticism and belief

This talk will examine how points of view antithetical to religion, which deny or doubt an ultimate meaning to reality, might be incorporated in the heart of the gnostic and can provide an insight to us all


In recent years there has been a rash of popular books on atheism, with public debates between believers and atheists, and discussions on the compatibility between science and religion and on the effects of modernism or relativism on religious belief. From the point of view of a mystic such as Ibn'Arabi every vision of reality is incorporated in a single vision.The famous quote in the title is often assumed that all religious belief is ultimately one.


Speaker(s):

Jane Carroll | talks

 

Date and Time:

22 February 2014 at 2:00 pm

Duration:

3 hours

 

Venue:

The Quaker Meeting House
8 Hop Gardens (off St Martin's Lane)
London
WC2N 4EH


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Organised by:

Beshara Trust
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Tickets:

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