God, the world and us
Why Progressives Need God
Two opportunities to hear about my new book
Does keeping God out of social and political issues make them harder to resolve?
Monday 25 September 2017
St Brides Church, Percy St, Liverpool L8 7LT
6.0 pm, refreshments from 5.30
No booking required. Parking in church grounds.
A lecture in the Theology and Modernity series.
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This is the third in the series of four reflections on progress. The first was about the ancient idea that a supreme god maintains the universe with a long-term design. Progress is then about achieving the purposes for which we … Continue reading