Dr Ursula King’s lecture from the Gandhi Foundation Multifaith Celebration

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Ursula KIng

The Gandhi Foundation Multifaith Celebration was held on Saturday 31st January 2015 at the London Interfaith Centre. We were delighted to have Dr Ursula King from the University of Bristol giving our main lecture entitled ‘Caring for the Future of People and Planet – Religions, Ecology and Spirituality’. Dr Ursula King is Professor Emerita of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Bristol. She has lectured in many countries and has published on such subjects as religion & gender, interfaith dialogue, modern Hinduism, Christian mystics, and the French scientist and theologian Pierre Teilhard de Chardin.

You can read the full lecture by clicking in the link below:
CARING FOR THE FUTURE OF PEOPLE AND PLANET Religions, Ecology and Spirituality by Dr Ursula King

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One Comment on “Dr Ursula King’s lecture from the Gandhi Foundation Multifaith Celebration”

  1. Stephen North
    March 2, 2015 at 7:40 pm #

    Thank you to Dr King and to the Gandhi Foundation for reproducing her address at the Multifaith Celebration on January 31st. It is clear, informative, inspirational yet down-to-earth, and is a message which needs to be heard and heeded around the globe. I am sorry that I felt unable to attend the Celebration due to still feeling weary after a visit to London (and a rather difficult journey home afterwards) not long beforehand. I am very pleased, therefore, to be able to read what Dr King had said.

    Stephen North


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