Living Theology Cambridge 2018
The team has put together an exciting set of lectures and speakers in the hope that the course will offer you an opportunity to engage with old questions in a new and creative way.
Dr Nicholas Austin SJ will lead two plenary sessions on the question of a discerning Church.
Dr Susan O’Brien will explore the role of women in the Jesus movement and the early Church.
Fr Mike Smith SJ will consider the question of science and religion in the thought of Teilhard de Chardin.
Dr Anna Abram and Dr Ela Lazarewicz-Wyrzykowska will turn to art in exploring questions of salvation (Anna) and social message of the Bible (Ela).
Together with you, we will attempt to make theology truly alive.
The Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology is a Roman Catholic institute within the Cambridge Theological Federation (an ecumenical federation of eight Christian institutions and one Inter-religious Institute). The Institute specialises in providing transformative experiences for all its students, especially through postgraduate training (Masters, MPhil/PhD and Professional Doctorate in Practical Theology degree programmes) but also through short enrichment courses, of which its Thursday women-only ‘Life in Service’ is best known.
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Booking deadline: 10 June 2018.
Cost: £50 (it covers both days, Saturday and Sunday). There is a small number of bursaries. Please contact Dr Anna Abram firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.
Payment for the course can be made by cheque payable to ‘The Margaret Beaufort Institute of Theology’ or cash on the first day of the course.
Refreshments (including sandwich lunch) will be provided.