Interfaith panel discussion on “God” in Nevada to mark 9/11

**Truckee Meadows Community College (TMCC) is organizing a panel discussion
on “God” on September 11 in Reno (Nevada, USA), which will portray how
different faith traditions define and view “God”.

A Christian pastor, Muslim imam, Hindu leader, Buddhist priest, Jewish
rabbi, and an Atheist thinker will explain and discuss “God” and shall
answer related questions in it. Hindu statesman Rajan Zed, who is also
Director Interfaith Relations of Nevada Clergy Association, is the
coordinator. Cost of participation is $49 each.

Oxford Concise Dictionary of World Religions tries to define “God” as: The
absolute and real who is, than which nothing greater can be conceived, the
unproduced Producer of all that is, without whom nothing that is could be or
could remain in being.

Fastest growing college in northern Nevada, TMCC serves over 13, 000
students offering over 50 degree and certificate programs at its over 40
sites, and its “vision” is: “creates the future by changing lives”.