August 25, 2019
  • 5:12 pm Lord of the Flies: Crash Course Literature 305
  • 5:12 pm The Jama Masjid mosque in New Delhi – Religious architecture (1/5)
  • 5:12 pm When Football meets Music: Guti Razor Fam – The Music behind Football Religion TV
  • 5:11 pm State Religion
  • 4:12 pm SCP-001 The Gate Guardian | Euclid / Keter class | religious / portal / humanoid
Exiting Violence: The Role of Religion Panel 4

– I’m Drew Christiansen, I’m a Distinguished Professor of Ethics and Human Developement, and senior research fellow here at Berkley Center, and I’m chairing this panel on the ventures of non-violence in the Catholic tradition. With me today, immediately at my right, is David Hollenbach. He is the creator of Arrupe Distinguished Research Professor in […]

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Religion, Peace, and World Affairs: The Challenges Ahead

– Well good afternoon and welcome. My name is Tom Banchoff. I’m vice president for global engagement here at Georgetown and director of our Berkley Center for Religion, Peace and World Affairs and I am delighted, I am really delighted to welcome all of you to the first of two days of activities we have […]

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קולולם | One Day – מתיסיהו | חיפה | 14.2.18

(Train conductor) Next station – Haifa Center Koolulam A social-musical initiative for mass-singing One One day One day One day One day One day Sometimes I lay under the moon And thank God I’m breathing Then I pray Don’t take me soon ‘Cause I am here for a reason Sometimes in my tears I drown […]

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Exiting Violence: The Role of Religion Panel 1

– Good morning everybody. Shalom, salaam, peace. My name is Jose Casanova. I’m Professor of Sociology, Theology, and a Senior Fellow here at the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs. And both personally and on behalf of Shaun Casey, the Director of the Berkley Center, who unfortunately could not be with us here […]

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Religion and Climate Change: A Visual and Scholarly Representation

– Good afternoon, everyone. My name is Shaun Casey, I’m the director of the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace & World Affairs here at Georgetown University. It’s my great pleasure to welcome all of you to what I think is gonna be a fascinating discussion, and we’re pleased that you could join us. Many of […]

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Here I Stand: Conscience, Reformation, and Religious Freedom Across the Centuries Welcome Keynote

Good morning and welcome. I’m Michael Kessler, managing director of the Berkley Center for Religion, Peace, and World Affairs, and a faculty member in the government department and the law center. It’s my great pleasure to welcome you on behalf of Georgetown and the Berkley Center to today’s conversation called Here I Stand: Conscience, Reformation, […]

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Religion, Secularism and Democracy in Duterte’s Philippines

Good afternoon, everyone. Can I convince a couple of people to move down this way? There’ll be great rewards for those, (audience laughing) I won’t say where, but there will be great rewards, thank you. So welcome, everyone, my name is Shaun Casey, I’m the director of the Berkley Center and it’s my great pleasure […]

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I grew up in the Westboro Baptist Church. Here’s why I left | Megan Phelps-Roper

I was a blue-eyed, chubby-cheeked five-year-old when I joined my family on the picket line for the first time. My mom made me leave my dolls in the minivan. I’d stand on a street corner in the heavy Kansas humidity, surrounded by a few dozen relatives, with my tiny fists clutching a sign that I […]

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DEEN ASSALAM – Cover by SABYAN

The whole world ain’t big enough for us If we live without tolerance But if we live with love Although the world is small, we will live a happy life The whole world ain’t big enough for us If we live without tolerance But if we live with love Although the world is small, we […]

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Buddhism as a “Science of the Mind”

The whole sort of atheist critique of religion doesn’t really address Buddhism insofar as Buddhism is established really as a science of the mind.  It’s based on observation of the mind.  And everything that Buddha taught can be empirically verified through your own experience.  In other words, you can test it.  Actually, I think it’s […]

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