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A panel of 10 McMurry University students, professors and the university chaplain will present the program Tuesday for the monthly meeting of the Abilene Interfaith Council. Title of the presentation is “Interfatih Immersion: Learning Through Experience.” The panel will talk about connecting what they learned at the recent Parliament of the World’s Religions to interfaith work in West Texas. The

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Quite a few Abilenians will be in Toronto Nov. 1-7 for the Parliament of the World’s Religions. Chief among them will be Rob Sellers, retired Hardin-Simmons University religion professor, who is chairman of the board of the parliament. Also going will be Jacob Snow of First Central Presbyterian Church and president of the Abilene Interfaith Council. A McMurry University class

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By LORETTA FULTON A two-week gathering of people from all over the world in Abilene last summer carried the cumberson title, Communities Engaging with Difference And Religion. Thankfully, it was shortened to its acronym, CEDAR. Still, one participant, Kelvin Kelley, associate professor of theology and coordinator of student diverstiy programs at Hardin-Simmons University, kept asking himself a question throughout the

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The Abilene Interfaith Council will kick off the 2018-2019 year with an evening session called CEDAR Paneling. It isn’t exactly what it sounds like. CEDAR refers to Communities Engaging with Difference. And “Paneling” refers to a panel who will discuss their experiences when CEDAR met in Abilene over the summer. The public is invited to the meeting, which will begin

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Fred Rogers, make that “Mr. Rogers,” died in 2003, but he will never be forgotten. One of Rogers’ biggest fans lives in Abilene and will present a program on the man and his television show, “Mr. Rogers’ Neighborhood,” on Wednesday. Jacob Snowden, director of Christian education at First Central Presbyterian Church, will give a program Wednesday, Aug. 22, on Rogers

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(Editor’s Note: Meredith Stone, director of ministry guidance and instructor of Christian ministry and scripture at Hardin-Simmons University’s Logsdon School of Theology, was guest speaker for an April 4 presentation at First Central Presbyterian Church. She was introduced by Jacob Snowden, the church’s director of Christian education. Following is his “confession,” which served as an introduction.) By JACOB SNOWDEN I

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