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Spirit and Place Takes Some Risks 

The Spirit and Place Festival, in keeping with their Risk theme of the year (Sorry gamers, they don't mean the board game), is trying out a new Signature Series of events to lead up to the fall weekend festival. To start off, this Tuesday S+P are bringing in post-modern theologian Peter Rollins along with some local entrepreneurs to talk about what it means to take risk and live on the edge. NUVO talks with Director Pam Blevins Hinkle about what attenders can expect and why even a non-believer would be interested to hear a theologian talk.

click to enlarge Post-modern Christian Thinker Peter Rollins challenges believers of the faith, and those who are not, about the value of doubt and questioning all of life. - NUVO
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