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Mr. Paul Lample delivers the keynote lecture ‘Reflections on the Challenge of Our Time’ for the Association for Baha’i Studies North America Conference 2021, held online this year.
Inspired by a framework that emphasizes justice and the oneness of humanity, the Association for Baha’i Studies promotes inquiry within the sciences and humanities to advance thought and practice that address the needs of contemporary society. The activities of the Association are open to all, with a particular focus on those engaged in academic, scholarly, and professional discourse. Since 1976, the Association has been hosting an annual conference which brings together hundreds of individuals and groups from North America and beyond, across diverse professions and academic disciplines, to share insights, to study, and to plan for ongoing endeavors.
Mr. Paul Lample is an author and educator, was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States of America, and he received a Bachelor of Arts degree in biology from Northwestern University in Evanston, Illinois, and a Master of Science from the National University in San Diego, California. His books include Creating A New Mind and Revelation & Social Reality.
If you enjoyed this talk, you might also like this other ABS presentation by Mr. Lample: Paul Lample on Consultation
For more information about the North American branch of the Association for Baha’i Studies, please visit their website: bahai-studies.ca
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