Play (2:20) September 20, 2016 Should our beliefs be kept private? Charles LeeStanford University Rakesh KhuranaHarvard University Jump To Comments Harvard dean, Rakesh Khurana, asks Stanford professor and behavioral economist, Charles Lee, whether our beliefs should be kept in the private sphere. From The Veritas Forum at Harvard,… Share This Talk Play (2:20) Topics Featured Pluralism Embed | Harvard dean, Rakesh Khurana, asks Stanford professor and behavioral economist, Charles Lee, whether our beliefs should be kept in the private sphere. From The Veritas Forum at Harvard, 2014. One thought on "Should our beliefs be kept private?" clifford cook says: September 26, 2016 at 9:27 am Beliefs will always be shared , because sharing what we believe opens new doorways and it gives multiple choice questions which we can compare against each other, and learn which is truth and which is not , which is right and suits us and that which does not we are all messengers, angels in heaven are messengers, And angels in heaven incarnate aspects of themselves into physical bodies called souls , the souls are what we are not our physical bodies, so we are angels and we are then messengers , and we all share information and wisdom with each other, this is to god and the angels will this is how we learn , we are on earth to learn , as soon as someone starts dialogue it wont be too long before you find out weather you are inspired buy there words or not and then you can make a choice as to weather to continue listening to there beliefs or not . Reply Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published.Comment Name Email Website Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment.