Monday, October 6, 2008
11:00 a.m.


3rd Floor, University Center

“Faith and Politics: Where Do We Draw the Line?”

The 2008 Presidential election has focused on the religious beliefs of the candidates. How important is this to you? What do you believe they believe? Will it make a difference in the way you vote? 

Let’s explore these questions together in the following sessions at 11 a.m. in the Chapel on the third floor of the 
University Center: 

Monday, October 6 – Vice Presidential Candidates Republican Sarah Palin, Evangelical Christian, and Joseph Biden, Roman Catholic 

NOTE: Since the candidates themselves are not available, please pick up copies of relevant articles in the Interfaith Center, Room 302, University Center. 

Hosted by Ethical Humanist Chaplain Dr. Anne Klaeysen and 917.446.9752