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Morikawa Lecture on March 10, 2013

“Religion and Politics in the Middle East: What in the World is Going on…and Why”

by Charles Kimball, Professor of Religious Studies, University of Oklahoma. Dramatic and major upheavals elicit both signs

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of hope and causes for deep concern in various countries in the midst of revolutionary changes, civil war, and ongoing conflicts. The presentation endeavors to provide a framework for understanding what is going on, why, and how concerned people of faith and goodwill can contribute constructively toward a more hopeful and healthy future. Sunday, March 10, 4:00 P.M., First Baptist Church, 517 East Washington St., Ann Arbor. Free. Discussion and refreshments following. 663-9376.