KINGMAN – Bjorn Krondorfer will discuss fundamentalism in world religions at 6:30 p.m. today in Room 240 at Mohave Community College’s Neal Campus, 1971 Jagerson Ave.
The program is presented by Arizona Humanities, Student Activities Council and MCC Library, and is free to the public.
“Whatever we think about fundamentalism, it is a very dynamic religious movement that attracts men and women alike,” said Krondorfer, director of the Martin-Spring Institute at Northern Arizona University and professor of religious studies.
He will talk about the rise in fundamentalism at the beginning of the 20th century, traditions of Abrahamic religions and how they differ from each other, not what’s “right” or “wrong” with the traditions.
– Information provided by MCC