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Fictional biographies of conference speakers who represent each religion. Includes their professional backgrounds and why they are qualified to speak on the topics of ritual, myth, the sacred, and globalism as they relate to their religion. For example: Imam, who recently arrived from Egypt. A rabbi who has lived in the city all his life. A Buddhist monk who has recently arrived from Thailand.
Write 5–7-page rationale and program description for a religious conference, based on a provided scenario.
Use the following scenario as the basis for this assessment:
Imagine that you work for your city’s events department and have been placed in charge of setting up a religious conference for the three most-represented religions in your area. The goal of the conference is to celebrate their traditions and create an opportunity for dialogue amongst the groups and non-members. Your supervisor would like you to create a rationale and conference program description that ensures that each religious group is fairly represented and will be informative for all attendees.
Determine the three most-represented religions in your area, and develop a rationale for the conference that discusses the benefits of celebrating these different religions:
- Describe the target audience(s) for the conference and why they were chosen.
- Discuss the importance of celebrating the diversity of these religions at this event.
- Discuss ways that this event might influence attendees’ reactions and responses to religious, cultural, and global differences.
- Discuss why different religions should be discussed and celebrated objectively by using the vocabulary and language of religious studies and globalism.
Conference Program Description
Develop a conference program description that includes the following:
- Fictional biographies of conference speakers who represent each religion. Includes their professional backgrounds and why they are qualified to speak on the topics of ritual, myth, the sacred, and globalism as they relate to their religion. For example:
- Imam, who recently arrived from Egypt.
- A rabbi who has lived in the city all his life.
- A Buddhist monk who has recently arrived from Thailand.
- Description of conference sessions—provide detailed introductions for each religion on these topics:
- Mythology, ritual, and the sacred.
- The impact of globalism in the last 20 years.
- The commonalities among religions (specifically the three you have identified). This does not require a point of view from each religion.
Note: This is not a full conference program that would normally include agendas, times, logistics, et cetera. Instead focus on addressing the bullet points above.
- Resources: Include a separate reference page with supporting resources. Resources and citations should be formatted according to current APA style and formatting.
- Length: 5–7 pages.
- Font and font size: Times New Roman, 12 point.