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Asheville Forum: How Religion Makes and Unmakes Heterosexism

(3:00 p.m. Eastern Time)

Paul Mallery presents: "How Religion Makes and Unmakes Heterosexism"

Religion sometimes makes people more prejudiced and sometimes makes them less prejudiced. This presentation will summarize the social psychological research relating religious orientations and styles to heterosexism and think out loud about implications and issues for the Adventist Church.

IMPORTANT: Please note that this is a Zoom meeting. If you would like to attend, email before 5:00 p.m. on Friday, 3/25, to receive Zoom login info.

Bio:  Paul Mallery is a social psychologist who focuses on the intersection between religion and prejudice. On the faculty at La Sierra University, he has served as Honors Director, Faculty Senate Chair, and is currently the Psychology Department Chair and faculty sponsor for La Sierra University's LGBT+ student group.  He teaches classes like Methods and Statistics, Prejudice, Psychology of Religion, Political Psychology, and Changing Communities.


This meeting is hosted by the Asheville Adventist Forum chapter.

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