This is the kick-off session of the Multi-Faith Forum Series Events at Stanford University, April 2010 multifaithforum.stanford.edu

"Have you ever wondered... Why is it that my friend is a Buddhist, and I am not? How can so many different
philosophies all attempt to describe one single reality? What am I assuming with my personal view of the world?"

An evening with distinguished scholars from several different faith backgrounds and world religions coming together to discuss:
• The basis of faith for their belief (Either from the "truth claim" perspective, or more general reasons for a particular belief system)
• Their own religion in the context of diversity (ie. How does their philosophy interpret the other philosophies?)

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This video contains the second half of the session, with lecture by the Hindu speaker, and Q&A session with all three speakers:
- Swami Vedananda, San Francisco Vedanta Society
- Jihad Turk, Director of Religious Affairs at the Islamic Center of Southern California
- John Stackhouse, Sangwoo Youtong Chee Professor of Theology and Culture at Regent College

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