Without Buddha I Could Not Be a Christian (But I Might also be a Unitarian)

An honest, unflinching tale of re-finding one’s faith, from one of the world’s most famous theologians. A former priest at the Vatican, Paul Knitter, an esteemed liberation theologian, academic and author, was criticized by Pope Benedict XVI for his “religious relativism,” and dubbed a Marxist because he believes that what you do is more important than what you believe, or acting ethically is more important than believing correctly. He will be joining us live on zoom.