“Received in Good Faith”
Autumn Course at St Andrew’s
This October St Andrew’s will be hosting a public theology course that sets out to give a defence of Christianity against perceived objections from science, morality and secularism.
Professional lecturers will bring theological insights and sound learning to bear in a course which promises substantial answers to big questions:
· Why is faith in God not just a delusion?
· Why is the Bible not “just another book”?
· How credible is God amid suffering and evil?
· What truth is there beyond science?
· What is the role for the sacred in the world today?
The speakers will include Bishop Stephen Venner (former Bishop to the Armed Forces and Bishop to the Falkland Islands); The Revd Dr Andrew Davison (Lecturer in Theology and Natural Sciences at Cambridge University); The Revd Dr David Munchin (Rector for the Welwyn Team Ministry) and a speaker from the Oxford Centre for Christian Apologetics.
The five week course has been organised by me on behalf of BELIEF and is open to all who have questions about Christian faith in the modern world (so invite your Christian, agnostic and atheist friends and those who follow other faiths). It is held on Wednesday evenings throughout October (1, 8, 15, 22 and 29) in our Main Hall beginning at 8.00pm. A donation of £3 to cover costs is welcomed at the door.