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Intelligent Design
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First Analysis Institute of Integrative Studies (Chicago) is a school that admits students of any race, color, national and ethnic origin to all the rights, privileges, programs, and activities generally accorded or made available to students at the Institute. It does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national and ethnic origin in administration of its educational policies, admissions policies, scholarship and loan programs, and athletic and other school-administered programs.
Exploring Integrative Studies
Through the Personality Enneagram which represents a unifying mathematical model of nine complementary personality types or styles.

For over 20 years the First Analysis Institute and Loyola University (Chicago) have co-sponsored this semi-annual series which brings together Personality Enneagram experts from the fields of psychology, psychiatry, organizational development, business, education, spirituality, theology, et al, to explore the rules and applications of the Personality Enneagram. Each seminar counts as twelve continuing education units for social workers. Seminar leaders have included the Personality Enneagram's most recognized teachers and writers:

Rabbi Howard Addison
Jim Armstrong Ph. D.
Ginger Lapid-Bogda
Debbie Burditt
Beatrice Chestnut, Ph.D.
Tom Condon
David Daniels M.D.
Michael Goldberg
Kathryn Grant
Russ Hudson and Jessica Dibb
Andrea Isaacs

Ruthie Landis
Clare Loughrige, MM
Dr. Sandra Maitri
Patrick H. O'Leary
Helen Palmer and Virginia Wiltse
Lynda Roberts and Michael Naylor
Terry Saracino and Marion Gilbert
Judith Searle
Mario Sikora
Jerry Wagner Ph. D.

Exploring Integrative Studies
Through a trilateral dialogue of the Abrahamic religions.

The dialogue involves two or three events per year with equal representation from the business, academia and religious leaders of the Jewish, Christian and Muslim communities. Each event focuses on a theme mutually important to all three faith communities and is addressed by three prominent experts from each representative faith followed by broad audience discussion. The overall goal is to create a significant center of gravity for fostering deeper mutual understanding and trust among Jews, Christians and Muslims. For nine years the program has been co-sponsored by the Catholic Theological Union (an affiliate of DePaul University) and the First Analysis Institute. In 2016 the program was recognized by the Council of Religious Leaders of Metropolitan Chicago with its Interreligious Leadership Award. The origin of the program was a seminar series offered by First Analysis Institute in the 1990's designed to address the complementority of the differences between the three Abrahamic faith traditions in worshiping the one Abrahamic God.
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