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Theological Reflections on Health Care

An upcoming topic in the Project on Lived Theology’s periodic series “Conversations in Lived Theology: Offering the Freedom to Seek Ways to Have Theology Make a Difference in Our World” seems especially timely; if you’re in the area this week, be sure to check it out.

Thursday,  November 19, 2009
“Is Health Care a Human Right?: Theological reflection on the health reform debate”

Rick Mayes, Associate Professor of Public Policy, University of Richmond, author of  Universal Coverage: The Elusive Quest for National Health Insurance and Medicare Prospective Payment and The Shaping of U.S. Health Care

Conversations will be held at the Bonhoeffer House, 1841 University Circle, at 7:30pm. Drinks and light snacks will be provided. E-mail livedtheology@virginia.edu with any questions.

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