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Being Biblical, Being a Woman

Part of the "Bible Opened for All" series. A group of inspiration speakers explore if we can discover an inclusive faith for all.


In this year’s Autumn Education Series we seek to engage deeply with the Christian Scriptures, in the context of our 21st century world and our lives.
Can we discover an inclusive vision of the kingdom where all are welcome irrespective of age, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation and ability? How can we understand and truthfully interpret a Bible which has so often been used to support prejudice, exclude and condemn? In these lectures a varied and challenging group of speakers seek to engage deeply with the Christian Scriptures, in the context of our 21st century world and lives and grapple with some of the most difficult issues of Biblical interpretation which continue to divide the Church.

Lucy Winkett, recently appointed Rector of St James’s Piccadilly was formerly Canon Precentor of St Paul's Cathedral in London, responsible for music and liturgy. She is a founding advisor for the public theology think-tank, Theos and writes, speaks and broadcasts regularly on culture, gender and music.


Speaker(s):

Revd Lucy Winkett | talks

 

Date and Time:

25 October 2010 at 7:00 pm

Duration:

1 hour 30 minutes

 

Venue:

St Martin-in-the-Fields
Trafalgar Square
London
WC2N 4JJ
020 7766 1100
http://www.smitf.org

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