With Harold Rosen

Today’s diversity of outlooks and worldviews poses significant challenges and opportunities.  In both our local and global contexts we find a stunning variety of belief-groups – identifiable as Religious, Spiritual, Secular or a combination of these.  How can we understand this diversity in realistic, hopeful and practically cooperative ways?  Can those who feel reconciled embrace and include those who feel unreconciled?  We’ll explore the dynamics of tolerance, respect, understanding and cooperation – preparing ourselves to contribute to a more vibrant community and a more united world.



Session 1 – Visualizing & Describing Humanity’s Diverse Belief-Groups         

Session 2 – Interpreting Today’s World through an Overview of Religious History

Session 3 – How the Religious, the Spiritual & the Secular Became Differentiated

Session 4 – Secular Society’s Aspects that offer the Promise of Progress

Session 5 – Engaging Exclusive Belief-Groups in Wider Learning & Cooperation

Session 6 – Fostering Transformative Unity-Building in Ever-Wider Circles

Starts: Thursday April 30, 2020

Sessions: 6

Day: Thursday

Ends: June 4, 2020

Time: 10:00 AM to 12:00 noon

Fee:Will be set once registration is complete but will not exceed the normal fee  of $60.00.






About Harold Rosen

Rosen has three master’s degrees: one in education, one in religion and one in philosophy. His most recent book is Founders of Faith: The Parallel Lives of God’s Messengers (2010).Harold Rosen is a community interfaith educator. He teaches and designs courses on world religions, the founders of major faith traditions, interfaith cooperation, ethics and virtues, religions and civilization, comparative prophecies, spirituality and science, evolution in nature, society and religion, Islam and the West, women mystics, and interfaith history.