Karen Armstrong is a very eminent scholar, researcher, author, and lecturer on the subjects of religion and comparative religion. She is truly remarkable, fabulously brilliant and wholly passionate with respect to her life’s work and accomplishments and her scholarly reflections and views. If you have not yet discovered her, here is your chance.
(Click on Ms. Armstrong’s image above to read the transcript of an interview she gave to Salon.)
Here is a video of another one of her great public lectures delivered inside St. Paul’s Cathedral in London.
In 2008, Karen Armstrong became the recipient of the TED Prize. On that occasion, she delivered the following speech where she called for a Charter of Compassion to promote the Golden Rule.
During the launching of her Charter of Compassion, she gave this talk.
Credit for the page banner photo collage: Salon [Sam Harris, Karen Armstrong, Bill Maher (Credit: Knopf/Michael Lionstar/HBO)]