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According to the Rev. Bruce Kuenzel, the wisdom of a community is more than just what one person has to say. This point will be exercised during the Science, Ethics and Religion Workshop from 9:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. April 19 at Bethlehem Lutheran Church.While ELCA theologian Larry Rasmussen will lead the discussion, he will not be the lone voice. Many people from different walks of life will carry the conversation. For instance, physicist Robert Kraus, theologian Dick Avery of Santa Fe, retired Catholic Rev. Monsignor Leo Gomez of Albuquerque and President of the New Mexico Stake for Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Russell Pack are among the moderators and panelists participating in the event.Jo Baer, co-chairperson for the workshop, explained the goal is to create a dialogue about different topics “with as many perspectives as possible.”The dialogue begins with a lecture by Rasmussen, titled, “A conversation with the Brothers Bonhoeffer.”Kuenzel explained Dietrich Bonhoeffer was a German Lutheran pastor who opposed the Nazi party during World War II, and was executed as a result. Before he died, Dietrich had many theological and scientific discussions with his brother, Karl Friedrich Bonhoeffer, who was a physicist.Their talks coincide nicely with what the workshop is working to achieve.
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