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Is religion outdated in the 21st century?

PUBLISHED ON: February 2, 2013 | Duration: 49 min, 06 sec

  
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In this WEF Summit 2013 instalment, Shoeb Kagda, group chief editor of Jakarta Globe, Indonesia, conducts a discussion with a panel comprising of entrepreneurs, scientists and philanthropists, whether or not the meaning and relevance of religion has outdated today. Experts, Christopher Jamison, director of National Office for Vocation, UK; Prof. Lawence M Krauss, director of The Origins Project at Arizona State University, USA; Narkis Alon, co-founder of Ze-Ze, Israel; Carol Keehan, president and CEO of the Catholic Health Association, USA; Pinchas Goldshmidt, chief rabbi and president of the Conference of European Rabbis, Russian Federation, and Sulak Sivaraksa, founder and director of Sathirakoses-Nagaradeepa Foundation, Thailand, discuss from various angles whether in a world of major science, geography and global economy-related issues today, how relevant or important is the question of religion and beliefs.
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