“Looking for God”—the seven-week long discussion about religion and God lead by experts of various religions/denominations will be launched on May six in Minden, South of Nevada’s Capitol.
Organized by Linda Finch and religious statesman Rajan Zed, it would provide a platform for Christian, Muslim, Hindu, Buddhist and Jewish leaders to give scholarly presentation about their faith and approach to the divine and answer questions from a diverse audience of Nevadans. A religion professor will delve into the history and future of the religion.
Speakers include Professor of Religion at University of Nevada Kenneth G. Lucey, President of Universal Society of Hinduism Rajan Zed, Roman Catholic Pastor Nathan Mamo, Jewish Rabbi Evon J. Yakar, United Methodist Pastor Tony Hoefner, Northern Nevada Muslim Community President Sherif A. Elfass, and Buddhist Priest and Meditation Guide Jikai’ Phil Bryan.
Rajan Zed and Linda Finch point out that purpose of this event is to promote interfaith harmony and unity, create a culture of love and peace, encouraging interreligious dialogue and cooperation, and building better relationships among people of diverse beliefs in Nevada.