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Philanthropy and Faith

Session 1: How Faith Communities Care for Those in Need

Atlanta, GA
January 17, 2008

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Dr. Edward Queen Dr. Edward Queen, director of the D. Abbott Turner Program in Ethics and Servant Leadership at Emory University, speaks about how different religions interpret charity and philanthropy. A moderated discussion follows his presentation.

Presenters

  • Layli Phillips, Ph.D., associate professor of women's studies and associated faculty of African American studies at Georgia State University
  • Dr. Edward Queen, director, D. Abbott Turner Program in Ethics and Servant Leadership at Emory University
  • Joanna Adams, pastor, Morningside Presbyterian Church in Atlanta
  • Mark Jacobson, executive director, The Temple in Atlanta

This webcast combines recorded video of the presentation along with corresponding Power Point slides.

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Webcast hosted by Georgia Public Broadcasting.

Additional sessions in 2008:

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