Let’s Talk About Religion: Is Life Sacred? Jewish, Christian and Muslim Views on Medical Ethics, Abortion, and End of Life Issues

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Date
Event Time
7:30 PM
Cost
$10
Location

Alan Shapiro Memorial Synagogue

AJU's Familian Campus

15600 Mulholland Drive
Los Angeles, 90077 

Event Details

Join us for Let’s Talk About Religion: Jews, Christians and Muslims in Conversation, a Series of Three Panel Discussions. 

In this series of interreligious trialogues, we will talk about religion openly, candidly, and respectfully. Knowledgeable representatives of Judaism, Christianity, and Islam will share their views on topics of crucial importance to each religious tradition. The forums will provide an inside glimpse into each of the three religions, highlighting both similarities and differences. Following each panel, we will encourage the audience to ask questions and participate in the search for deeper understanding and practical solutions. Note: This registration is for Panel Two only, with details provided below. 

Is Life Sacred? Jewish, Christian and Muslim Views on Medical Ethics, Abortion, and End of Life Issues

Wednesday, Dec. 11th: 7:30 - 9:00pm

In the Declaration of Independence, the United States enshrined life as one of the inalienable rights of each citizen. This foundational right is deeply rooted in the conviction common to Jews, Christians, and Muslims that human life is a divine gift and therefore sacred. Each of the three traditions offers distinct perspectives of how this common conviction of the sanctity of life is to be applied in a spiritually and ethically responsible way.

Panelists 

Rabbi Elliot Dorff, Ph.D., Rector and Sol & Anne Dorff Distinguished Service Professor in Philosophy, American Jewish University 

Sana Khan, MD, Ph.D., Chairman and Founder of AiM Radiology Medical Group

Event Contact
Contact Name
Whizin Center for Continuing Education
Phone Number
(310) 440-1572
Email