Dialogue and the Shape of Belief in a Fractured World – Dr. Ori Soltes – November 4th

On November 4th, Mosaic successfully hosted its Annual Fundraising Dinner, featuring a thought-provoking talk by Dr. Ori Soltes on the theme of “Dialogue and the Shape of Belief in a Fractured World.” The event was a great success, and we thank all those who joined us for this special evening.

Following the program, attendees had the opportunity to participate in a book signing and sales event where Dr. Soltes discussed his latest book, exploring the profound connection between Fethullah Gulen’s thoughts and the teachings of Jalalluddin Rumi and other esteemed scholars.

Dr. Ori Z. Soltes, an accomplished educator at Georgetown University, shared insights from a range of disciplines, including art history, theology, philosophy, and political history. With a remarkable body of work that includes 28 books and numerous articles and essays, Dr. Soltes has contributed significantly to the understanding of mysticism and the interconnectedness of different belief systems.

We express our gratitude to everyone who attended the event, making it a memorable and enlightening evening, as we explored the interplay of belief in our complex and ever-evolving world.