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The School of Life Sunday Sermons: Tom Hodgkinson on Loving Your Neighbour

The sermons will offer a witty but also valuable alternative to the traditional religious sermon.


The School of Life is launching a series of secular sermons. Influential cultural figures will offer their personal thoughts on modern day vices and virtues, preaching the values they think we should cling to or be wary of.
Must we actually love our neighbour? Absolutely, Tom Hodgkinson argues. For the last six years, Tom has been trying to live by medieval ethics, which means spending a lot of time with his neighbours. Medieval times saw an approach to life which was eco-friendly, neighbourly and based on cooperating rather than competing. Tom believes that we should be inspired by these values - come and hear him preach the good news.

Tom Hodgkinson was born in 1968, founded The Idler in 1993, and now lives in Devon. His bestselling books include How To Be Idle and How To Be Free


Speaker(s):

Mr Tom Hodgkinson | talks | www

 

Date and Time:

26 October 2008 at 11:30 am

Duration:

TBC

 

Venue:

The Horse Hospital
Colonnade, Bloomsbury
London
WC1N 1HX
020 7833 1010

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Organised by:

The School of Life
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Tickets:

£10

Available from:

www.theschooloflife.com or 020 7833 1010

Additional Information:

The School of Life is a new cultural institution offering intelligent and playful ways of interpreting the world in which we live.

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