In response to the
current world tension, a philosophy professor and a Baha'i leader will team up to explore the possibilities for peace in a talk titled "The
Blueprint for World Unity."
The discussion will be held in California Lutheran University's Rickter Hall, 60 W. Olsen Road, Thousand Oaks, at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Refreshments will be served and live music performed.
Pamela Brubaker from the CLU philosophy department and Jeff Albert, a Baha'i author and lecturer, will lead the discussion.
The Baha'i faith began in 1844. Members promote unity among all races, cultures and religions.
For information, call (805) 499-0199.
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