Meetings and Complementary Formative Experiences of the Subjects in the Area of Reason and Faith

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Jeverson Santiago Quishpe Gaibor, Jaime Arturo Chela Chimborazo, José Eduardo Paucar Paucar, José Patricio López Navarrete


The Salesian Polytechnic University, concerned about the integral education of its beneficiaries, seeks to offer educational spaces alternative to the classroom, for integration, formation and awareness in order to allow the construction of the "human being" as a person and professional. Within this framework, the University Pastoral proposes the formative meetings of Philosophical-Theological Anthropology. This proposal seeks to generate experiences of reflection, integration and celebration for young people, in a climate of encounter and ecumenical dialogue, within its center the humanistic values and the Gospel of Jesus, the Christ.

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