Lecture: »Corona – a threat to religious freedom?«
5 p.m. | Library | 3-G-Rules
English translation: Stefan Burton-Schnüll
Is our religious freedom threatened by the pandemic?
On Sunday, October 24, 2021, 5:00 p.m., the library of Friedensau Adventist University (FAU) invites you to the lecture "Corona - a threat to religious freedom?". The speaker will be Dr. Harald Mueller, Director of the Institute for Religious Freedom at the FAU.
The pandemic and the attempts to overcome it pose great challenges to our society. Even church life, which is characterized by encounter, has to suffer severe restrictions. How far may the state go with its measures? How much are we within the church able to deal with diverging views on proper behavior (vaccinations, etc.)?
The Institute for Religious Freedom is an affiliated institute of the German Association for Religious Freedom at Friedensau Adventist University. Its objective is to deal scientifically with national and international questions of religious freedom and the relationship between church and state from a legal, theological and historical perspective. The Institute awards and accompanies research contracts and issues expert opinions on current issues of freedom of religion and conscience, taking into account aspects of religious law and/or church-state law. To the DPR website: https://dv-religionsfreiheit.org/home.
The 3-G Corona safety concept with distance and hygiene rules applies to the event. The wearing of a mouth-nose covering at the entrance is required as well as the presentation of a vaccination or convalescent proof or a negative test proof, which is not older than 48 hours.
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