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Shop window exhibition in the Emmi Fendt Haus Marktoberdorf
What you always wanted to know about world religions
Showcase exhibition within the framework of Musica Sacra International
What does Dharma mean? What is the Talmud? Or what does Islam mean? Answers to these and other questions can be found in the showcase exhibition "World Religions". As part of the Musica Sacra International festival, MODfestivals will be presenting this exhibition from March 1 in the Marktoberdorf Culture Showcase of the Emmi Fendt House.
The exhibition was conceived by the Global Ethic Foundation and invites visitors to become better acquainted with the fascinating world of religions and to better understand the significance of their ethical messages for our society today. It shows that despite their diversity, the world's religions and philosophical traditions share common values and ethical standards. The thematic bracket and focus of the exhibition is the question of common ethical values and standards of religions and philosophical traditions. The exhibition consists of several motif panels on the five major world religions and shows the common religious values and standards in our society.
Especially in times when racism, anti-Semitism and religious exclusion are gaining more and more ground, it is MODfestivals' urgent concern to bring people closer to the five world religions. Those who know more about the religion of the other are less afraid of the foreigner. On the various panels in the Marktoberdorf culture showcase, you can learn a lot of interesting facts about Christianity, Islam, Judaism, Buddhism and Hinduism.
Those who still have questions about religious topics can ask them. "What you always wanted to know about world religions, you can ask here" says a postcard available at the exhibition. You can fill it out directly on site and drop it in a mailbox available at the exhibition, send it to MODfestivals by mail, or you can also ask by email.
Answers will be provided by MODfestivals from May 1 on the website www.musica-sacra-international.org.
The exhibition will be on display from March 1 to April 30 in the Marktoberdorfer Kultur-Schaufenster of the Emmi Fendt-Haus in Marktoberdorf and from April 1 to May 30 in parallel in the Pop Up-Store in the Sparkassen-Passage in Kaufbeuren. Questions can be asked directly by postcard or by email at email@example.com.
Answers and further information can be found at www.musica-sacra-international.org.