|Presentation Soul Space
17 November 2019
Kloveniersburgwal 86, Amsterdam. Free entrance, limited to 100 persons.
RSVP with the invitation ENG | NL
14:30 Doors open
15:05 Debate on what religion might mean for us today.
Chaired by drs. Renee Hartog
16.05 Poetic reading
16:20 Handing out the first copy to the sixteen representatives of the participating religious communities
16.30 Book sales and signing
17:30 End of programme
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