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Great Debate to look at ‘purpose of life’
The third edition of The Great Debate Series will explore “the purpose of life” during a panel discussion at the St Augustine Campus of the University of the West Indies tomorrow. Previous discussions have featured lively debates including the views of atheists and people of different religious backgrounds.
This year, the panel will comprise: Dr Ramesh Richard, spiritual philosopher and Professor at the Dallas Theological; Imam Mirza-Ali-Mohammed; Kamla Tewarie, coordinating member of Women of Faith and the Network of Religions for Peace, and Kevin Baldeosingh, chairman of the Humanist Association.
The discussion will be moderated by journalist Wesley Gibbings, and will begin at 6.30 pm at the Engineering Lecture Theatre 1, UWI campus. Admission is free but all persons are asked to be seated by 6.15 pm.
Call 776-6805 for further details.
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