Conversations with Alumni, “Science and Religion: Pathways and Pitfalls”
Dearest Alumni, Students and Friends of St. Augustine
Please join us on Saturday the 17th of March at 9:45 am, for a relaxed morning with one of our Alumni to have a conversation on the pathways and pitfalls, of various positions in the science and religion debate.
Venue: St. Augustine College, 53 Ley Road, Victory Park.
Time: 9:45 – 12:00
Cost: R50 (includes tea, coffee and light snack)
RSVP: by Wednesday the 14th March by clicking below or sending an email to email@example.com
Jimmy Kyriacou is a former Advocate of the Supreme Court of South Africa, whose life was powerfully impacted by his discovery of NLP in 1987.
Wanting to contribute more significantly to empowering people to realize their full potential, he made the shift from the practice of law, to management consulting and training, in 1991. Jimmy has read and studied widely in numerous fields. In addition to his Legal degrees, he holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Management from a leading international university.
He has a Master’s Degree in Spirituality and a second Master’s Degree in Philosophy from St Augustine’s College, both attained with distinction. He is currently working on a PhD in Contemplative Neuroscience.
15 - 20 min presentation from Jimmy
Break into small groups and discuss our response to the talk.
Feedback to Jimmy who will respond to us.
It promises to be both informative and fun! We are looking forward to connecting with you again.