Keynote addresses for religious freedom conference at TWU offered free to the public

The public is invited to attend two keynote addresses, free of charge, at the religious freedom conference at Trinity Western University. The conference, called “Keeping the Faith: Religious Freedom, Human Dignity and the Public Good,” takes place June 6 – 8. Keynote speaker David Novak, PhD, an expert in Jewish studies and professor at the University of Toronto, will open the event on Thursday, June 6, with his address, “Religious Freedom: The First Right in a Secular Society.”

Paul Marshall, PhD, author of a best-selling, award-winning survey of religious persecution worldwide, titled, “Their Blood Cries Out,” will deliver the second, free keynote address on June 7. Marshall will speak on religious freedom in the international world.

Both keynote addresses begin at 7 p.m. in the Northwest Auditorium at Trinity Western University on 7600 Glover Road in Langley, B.C.

For more information on speakers or other conference events, visit www.twu.ca/religiousfreedom or call Sheryl Mawdsley at 604-888-7511 ext. 3836.

Last Updated: 2007-09-26
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