A major aspect of North Texas' diversity is the great number of spiritual and religious faiths practiced in the Dallas-Fort Worth metroplex, yet all too often, we know little about faiths outside our own. With that in mind, we continue the series of presentations and discussions begun in the Fall. Aimed at offering people of all cultures, faith, and traditions opportunities to learn about the religions of their neighbors, the monthly sessions will approach relevant topics of faith from academic–and accessible–perspectives, with ample audience participation, encouraged.
The Spring series will continue to focus on "The Role of Intellect from the Perspective of the Major Faith Traditions," taking up Jewish, Buddhist, Sikh, and Bahá'í traditions following our consideration of Christian, Hindu, and Islam traditions in the Fall just past. Venues will be between The Dallas Institute and Thanks-Giving Square so please check the website.