Second Psephizo Festival of Theology

Wednesday, 17 October 2018, 10:30 AM - 3:30 PM [GMT]

College Road, Beeston, England, United Kingdom

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Event Information

Wednesday, 17 October 2018, 10:30 AM - 3:30 PM [GMT]

About the Event

Following the success of our first Festival of Theology in January, I will be hosting a second Festival of Theology on Wednesday 17th October 2018, once again at Christ Church, Chilwell. Come and listen to great speakers address some vital questions for Christian living, mission and discipleship in TED-style talks, with the opportunity to ask questions and interact. 

The formal programme will start at 10.30 amand end at 3.30 pm, but there will be coffee from 10 am, and you will be very welcome to stay on for further conversation and engagement. The format will be fast moving, with presentations of 15 minutes and time for questions at the end of each one. There will be tea and coffee on arrival and at the close, and a light buffet lunch included. Tickets can be booked through this page on Eventzilla; the ticket price of £18 is designed to cover costs but nothing more; anyone in licensed ministry can claim the cost back as part of their CME allowance. Parking is in the nearby streets.

Programme

Introduction and reflection on learning and growth (Ian Paul)

Does the Spirit need liturgy? Graham Hunter, Vicar of St John's Hoxton, London

Should we be ashamed of shame? Dr Sally Nash, Director of East Midlands Centre for Youth Ministry

Everyone is talking, but is anyone listening? Theology and the practice of missionEddie Arthur, Wycliffe Bible Translators

Rethinking the 'testimony' Mike Starkey, Church Army, Sheffield and author of the Faith Pictures course

Embracing the Priestly CharismaticTim Sudworth, Minister in Charge, Oak Tree, Acton. 

Are people 'without excuse' (Rom 1.20) when looking at the natural world?Dr Will Jones, Coventry Diocese

Can we believe in the violent God of the Old Testament?Dr Isabelle Hamley, Chaplain to the Archbishop of Canterbury

Concluding reflection

Full details can be found on the Psephizo Festival page.

Travel

Tram: The College tram stop, on the Toton Lane line, is five minutes walk from Christ Church. 

Car: The venue is only five minutes from junction 25 on the M1.

Train: Come to Beeston Station, which is 15 minutes walk or 3 minutes by car from the venue.

Plane: It is a 15 minute drive or 30 minute bus ride (Skylink) from East Midlands airport.

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About the Organizer

Ian Paul is a writer, speaker and theologian

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