Lectures from the Canterbury Contemporary Theology Group
The Lindchester Chronicles
The Lindchester Chronicles: blogging the church and Brexit.Catherine FoxNovelist exploring themes of religion, spirituality and sexuality, most recently in the Lindchester Chronicles, set in a cathedral close.
Accompanying PowerPoint Slides
Climate Change: is it a done deal, and where is God in all of this? Richard LlewellinFormerly Bishop of Dover and Bishop at Lambeth.John ButlerProfessor Emeritus of Health Service Studies, University of Kent; author of books on Becket’s remains and the Red Dean.
A Theology of Disability
Lecture by Frances Young
Mark or Bach or Twitter: Can We Hear the Gospel More Clearly By Using Musical Ideas?
Lecture by Harvey Richardson ft. Tom Richardson
The Bible as Art: how to enjoy it, how to play with it.
The Bible as Art: how to enjoy it, how to play with it. Trevor Dennis Retired Chancellor and Vice Dean of Chester Cathedral, formerly Tutor in Old Testament Studies at Salisbury and Wells Theological College. Recorded on Wednesday 20th March at St. Peter's Methodist Church, Canterbury, UK. © Copyright 2019 - Trevor Dennis - All rights reserved.
Social Justice and Liberation Theology - has Gospel Music Betrayed its Heritage?
Lecture given on the 20th February at St. Peter's Methodist Church Canterbury for the Canterbury Contemporary Theology Group.
There are PowerPoint slides available to accompany this lecture, which can be found here.Some of the tracks have been removed for copyright reasons, but they can be found by clicking the following link.
Jamaican Bible Remix
© Copyright 2019 - Robert Beckford - All rights reserved.