York University’s student club for students of the Ahmadiyya movement in Islam will host an event on Nov. 19 that explores the concept of God.
The event will explore theories on who God is, and look at topics such as why suffering exists and what proof there is that God exists. It will feature monologue presentations as well as an interactive Q&A session with students.
The Ahmadiyya Muslim Students’ Association is a theological and religious student association devoted to highlighting the common beliefs of all major religions and philosophical traditions. This event offers participants an opportunity to learn more about God and hear the opinions of diverse students at York U.
Speaking at the event is Imam Farhan from Ahmadiyya Muslim Jama`at and Pastor Henry Jack from the Christian community.
“We are extremely excited about this event,” says Jari Qudrat, president of the Ahmadiyya Muslim Students’ Association. “The amount of positive feedback that we have received from students is remarkable. We are expecting this to be one of the best events we ever hold at York University and we can’t do it without the help of wonderful, inquisitive students in pursuit of knowledge.”
Refreshments will be served. For more information or to register, visit AMSAYorkU.ca.