Tenrikyois a monotheistic religion originating in alleged revelations to a 19th century Japanese woman named Nakayama Miki, known as Oyasama by followers. Followers of Tenrikyo believe that God, known by several names including Tenri O-no-Mikoto, expressed divine will through Nakayama’s role as the Shrine of God, and to a lesser extent the roles of the Honseki Izo Iburi and other leaders.
Tenrikyo’s worldly aim is to teach and promote the Joyous Life, which is cultivated through acts of charity and mindfulness called hinokishin.
Talk will be deliver by Mr Masahiko Iburi, President of Tenri University, Japan.
Student and staff from Department of Usul al-Din and Comparative Religion are encouraged to register. Registration is free of charge.
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