[Episcopal News Service]
Faith and Values.com is gathering a panel of religious leaders for an interactive session on 'Faith in the Face of Terror,' October 22 from 10am to 2pm. It will be streamed live and on-demand over the Internet at www.faithandvalues.com. The program will offer ideas, resources and responses to the tragic events of September 11.
In addition to sharing stories, panelists will address such questions as: How does faith contribute to terrorism? How has our individual faith been strengthened or weakened? In a pluralistic society, what are the options for multi-faith responses to this tragedy? How do we balance our response to terrorism in the face of continuing social issues at home and abroad?
Panelists include Dr. Arthur Caliandro of New York's Marble Collegiate Church; Dr. Ingrid Mattson, an Islamic scholar at Hartford Seminary in Connecticut; Edward J. Murray, president of Faith and Values Media; Harrison Rainie, director of Pew Internet and the American Life Project; and Dr. Robert Reccord, president of the North American Mission Board of the Southern Baptist Convention.
The report of the session will be available for downloading, without charge, at www.faithandvalues.com