The Kirbas Institute Fall Dinner Program

Integrating Mind and Body:
The Role of Spirituality in Health and Wellness
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Tuesday, November 12

The Oklahoma History Center

Sacred Place, Sacred Role

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Advancing the Dialogue Between Faith and Science

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Existing to build bridges of understanding.

The Kirbas Institute is a 501c3 organization that exists to build bridges of understanding, cooperation, respect and acceptance among diverse faith communities and between faith communities and the global marketplace of ideas, especially those related to science and biotechnologies. Our goal is not simply to educate, but to use our educational tools and talents to facilitate a transformation of attitudes, opinions, and relationships for the betterment of society. Learn more about how we do our work by clicking the button on the right. To see an example of our conference work and the products we develop from it, view the short video clips below:

Breaking News!

The Kirbas Institute is in a new partnership with the Graduate Theological Foundation, and will soon become the GTF Center for Faith and Science. Stay tuned for more information! ― 

Examples of our conference work and the products we develop from it:

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True Humility – an altering lifestyle

By |April 1st, 2016|Categories: Paul's Blog|Tags: , , , |

As I look at nature and our relationship to it , it always leads me to consider things differently. It intrigues me that nature is at times overlooked and at times grasped as a means to which we can [...]

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Politics, Environment care, and What we can do

By |February 29th, 2016|Categories: Paul's Blog|

  Global care towards the environment: Is it a thing? Many U.S. presidential candidates, for the past couple of weeks, have been arguing and discussing over the significance of the environment. While some lean heavily on [...]

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