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Discussion: “Why is the Holy Land Holy?”
March 22, 2018 | 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm
Join OneVoice on Campus for a panel discussion dealing with the importance of Jerusalem to the different Abrahamic religions. Background on Jerusalem historical and modern context will be provided, followed by a conversation between faith leaders from the Christian, Muslim, and Jewish communities in the area to discuss Jerusalem in regards to their own faith communities. Featuring Faisal Khan, Rabbi Melissa B. Simon, Pastor Jay Thomas, and moderated by Madison Perry.
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