Penn State Fayette to host panel on religion

LEMONT FURNACE, Pa.—The Coalition for Equity at Penn State Fayette, the Eberly Campus, will present Religions of the World at 6:30 p.m. on Jan. 26 in Swimmer Hall.

The purpose of this panel discussion, which will feature local religious leaders, is to foster the understanding of spiritual beliefs through the panelists’ answers to four questions: Where does everything come from? What happens when we die? Why do bad things happen? What is the purpose of life?

The members of the panel will include:

  • Father Robert Lubic, Christianity
  • Imam Kip Curnutt, Islam
  • Rabbi Zalman Gurevitz, Judaism
  • Soorakkula Pemarathana, Buddhism
  • Venkatram Dharmarajan, Hinduism

Religions of the World is free of charge and open to the public. The program will take place in Swimmer Hall, located on the lower level of the Williams Building.