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Creator of God: A Brain Surgeon’s Story with Vivek Palavali (Ann Arbor)

April 15, 2010
10:30 pm - 11:45 pm EDT

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Quality 16 Theater
3686 Jackson Rd.
Ann Arbor, MI United States

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Organized by:
Michelle Bell
Phone: 734-926-8743 (If she is unable to answer, please leave a message)
Email: skeptics-ypsilanti@centerforinquiry.net


Please join CFI Michigan, southeast for a one night only screening of the documentary film Creator of God – A Brain Surgeon’s Story, by Vivek Palavali.

Creator of God – A Brain Surgeon’s Story documents Palavali’s observations on the paradox of human conflict. “Instead of embracing the oneness of humanity, we kill one another because of the artificial religious differences and national borders created by ourselves.” In these times of holy wars and Jihad, the documentary also explores if religious intolerance and insanity are based on Gods that do not exist.

After the screening Vivek Palavali will be present to answer questions about the film.

For additional information about the screening visit the film page on the Quality 16 website. For additional information regarding The Creator of God: A Brain Surgeon’s Story, visit the website.

About Vivek Palavali, MD

Dr. Palavali is a brain surgeon and author of the book, A Mindful Life: A Brain Surgeon's Personal Experiences and Philosophical Reflections on Living Life Fully. He also is the producer of the film Creator of God: A Brain Surgeon’s Story and most recently Bitter Pill: America and Healthcarein America. Born in India, Dr. Palavali migrated to the United States in 1986. Trained as a neurosurgeon at the University of Chicago. Since he was a teenager, he has been on a global journey to find an answers to the big questions. The story of his travels is presented in, Creator of God: A Brain Surgeon's Story, which won the Best Documentary Film Award at the Pasadena Film Festival and at the Ferndale Film Festival in 2009. His new documentary "Bitter Pill' was nominated for a 2013 Emmy Award by the NATAS Michigan Chapter.