How do the major religious cultures of our world address the issue of Life After Death?
How do these beliefs and practices compare to the findings of Near-Death Experience Research?
What light do these views and investigations cast on the Purpose of This Life in general, and the Meaning of Our Lives in particular?
Harold Rosen, a community interfaith educator, will offer multi-faith, multi-disciplinary and integrative perspectives, while facilitating an open exploration.
Session 1 – Course Introduction, Near-Death Experience Research, Indigenous Beliefs & Practices
Session 2 – South Asian Beliefs & Practices: Hindu, Buddhist & Sikh
Session 3 – East Asian Beliefs & Practices: Confucian, Taoist & Shinto
Session 4 – Middle Eastern Beliefs & Practices: Zoroastrian & Islamic
Session 5 – Western Beliefs & Practices: Jewish, Hellenic & Christian
Session 6 – Contemporary Spiritual & Baha’i Beliefs & Practices, Course Review
Date: November 7, 2018
Time: 10:00 a.m. to 12:00 noon
Fee: Member$45 or drop in $10 / $55 non-member or $12
Location: 32444 7th Ave. Mission V2V 2B5
About Harold Rosen
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.
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).