Theology Group

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Programme 2019-20

Tuesday Sept 10th 2019: Revd. Dr Stephen Laird FSA FHEA
“John Ruskin: Reading Nature’s Revelation”
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday Oct 1st 2019: Bishop Richard Llewellin
“Climate Change – is it already a ‘done deal’?”
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30 start

Tuesday Nov 5th 2019: Revd. Stacey Rand
“Love one another: a Theology of Care as Work”
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday Dec 3rd 2019: Revd. Max Kramer (Precentor, Canterbury Cathedral)
“Christianity in Chiaroscuro: The Art and Faith of Caravaggio”
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday Jan 7th 2020: (second Tuesday) Revd. Kevin Maddy:
“Spirituality without God?: The Spirit of Modernism with examples from Scriabin & Kandinsky, Takemitsu & Yoshida”
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday Feb 4st 2020: Rosie Budd
“What do you think you’re doing?: Tentative Reflections on Some aspects of Prayer”
St Stephen’s Church Hall Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm

Tuesday April 14th  2020: Revd. Dr Alan le Grys:
“Disturbing Images of God’ in both the Hebrew Bible and the New Testament.”
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday May 5th 2020: Revd. Dr Jenny Corcoran (Bishop of Dover’s Chaplain)
“Title to be supplied”.
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday June 2nd 2020: Dr Marcus Averbeck
“An Introduction to Zen”
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive Canterbury 7.30pm start

Past events

Tuesday Sept 11th 2018: Revd. Dr Stephen Laird FSA FHEA
A Look at Acts 10 – the Gentile Pentecost
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday Oct 2nd 2018: Professor John Butler
Why Go to Church?
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30 start

Tuesday Nov 6th 2018: Victoria Field:
Poetry and Prayer – Parallels and Paradoxes
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday Jan 8th 2019: (second Tuesday) Revd. Kevin Maddy:
Does 21st Century Christianity have anything to learn from Traditional Monasticism?
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday Feb 5st 2019: : Dr Philip Knight
How ‘do’ we Start Theology?: Three Ways of (Not) Speaking of God
St Stephen’s Church Hall Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm

Tuesday March 5th 2019: Revd. Dr Alan le Grys:
Digesting the Word: Spiritual and Critical Reading of Scripture’?
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday May 7th 2019: Dr. Peter Toon
The Renaissance of Virtue Ethics
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday June 4th 2019: Briony Kapoor
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday Sept 5th 2017: Revd. Dr Stephen Laird FSA FHEA:
The Bible and the Qur’an
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday Oct 3rd 2017: Revd. Dr Alan le Grys:
The best book in the Bible: A Biblical Critical Approach to Understanding the History, Literature and Meaning of the Book of Revelation.
St Stephen’s Church, Hales Drive, Canterbury 8.00pm start

Tuesday Nov 7st 2017: Revd. Stacey Rand (St Stephen’s Curate and Research Fellow at the University of Kent)
Care and Caring: A Theological Reflection
St Stephen’s Church Hall Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday Jan 9th 2018: (second Tuesday) Revd. Kevin Maddy:
St Paul on Hope, Justification and God’s Love’: A Scholarly Commentary on Romans 8.
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday Feb 6st 2018: Eduard Heyning:
John Tavener and the Music of Sacred Silence
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday April 10th (second Tuesday) 2018: Revd. Dr Alan le Grys:
Biblical Interpretation since the Enlightenment
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive, Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday May 1st 2018: Revd. Dr Anthony Carroll:
Title to be decided
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive Canterbury 7.30pm start

Tuesday June 5th 2018: Revd. Dr Jeremy Law
The Theology of Driving
St Stephen’s Church Hall, Hales Drive Canterbury 7.30pm start