Adventist Peace Radio, Episode 18: Glen Graham (Centre for Peace & Justice)

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 Credit: Burman University

Credit: Burman University

In this episode, Jeff Boyd interviews Dr. Glen Graham about the Centre for Peace and Justice at Burman University, which is located in Alberta, Canada. Glen is an assistant professor of Humanities at Burman, and he is also the director of the Centre for Peace and Justice. Glen has a PhD in Religious Studies from McMaster University.

SHOW NOTES

0:50 - Part 1: Glen Graham

9:25 - Part 2: Centre for Peace and Justice

CPJ Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/centreforpeaceandjustice/

Herr Lecture Series - https://www.burmanu.ca/herrlectures

CONCLUSION

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I want to thank my wife Charissa for recording the introduction to this episode.

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