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Sunday, February 15 • 9:45pm - 11:00pm
Seven Life Lessons from Harvard Divinity School—And How They've Changed Over the Decades

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In 1985, Ari Goldman was sent by The New York Times to study world religions at Harvard Divinity School. He then wrote the best-seller The Search for God at Harvard. He still believes in the importance of religious exploration and that "if you know one religion...you don't know any." However, he does not believe that "atheism is dead in America" or that "Judaism and Islam are sister religions." Ari will explore some of the myths that he himself helped propagate.

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Ari Goldman

Ari Goldman is a professor of journalism at Columbia University and the author of four books, including the best-seller The Search for God at Harvard. His latest book is The Late Starters Orchestra. He and his wife Shira Dicker are the parents of three children. Ari is also a cellist with The New York Late Starters String Orchestra.


Sunday February 15, 2015 9:45pm - 11:00pm
High Ridge

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