The Bannan Visitors program was a program designed to invite individuals to SCU to engage in issues or activities that support the Jesuit and Catholic character. While the program is no longer active, past visitors provided a rich array of resources to the University.
When: 7:00 PM, Monday, May 2, 2011
Where: Williman Room, Benson Center, Santa Clara University
Popular ideas about God, science and religion are widespread in today’s globalized societies, both East and West. For the most part, these rather simplistic ideas have been accepted far too easily. One could argue that they ought to be challenged by time-tested perspectives from other cultures, historically strong and with vast thoughtful populations. They should also be confronted by contemporary scientific, philosophical and artistic insights. The speaker and the audience will jointly explore this possibility and the role that the science and religion dialogue might play in this process.
This event was co-sponsored by the School of Engineering.
Fr. Pereira has lectured extensively on body-soul-spirit integration and “being fully alive” in the United States, Germany, Hong Kong and India. He spent 20 years as Director of the Caius Research Lab at St. Xavier’s College, Mumbai, and was the Principal of this institution for seven years. Over his long career, he authored numerous scholarly articles, as well as three books: The Enchanted Darkness, Our Enchanted Universe, and Death the Final Freedom. He has also edited and contributed to books on Indian Religions and Human Origins.
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