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How should we or can we speak about God in the 21st Century?

How should we or can we speak about God in the 21st Century? Val has authored eleven books including ‘Like Catching Water in a Net: Human Attempts to Describe the Divine’ which won the “general religion” category of the USA Best Books 2007 Awards. 'Her latest book 'Testing Tradition and Liberating Theology: finding your own voice' was published in 2015.

Location:
Chapter House, Truro Cathedral
Speaker:
Dr Val Webb
Host:
Cornwall Group

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Spiritual Defiance - Building a Beloved Community of Resistance

During his thirty-year career as a parish minister and professor, Robin Meyers has focused on renewing the church as an instrument of social change and personal transformation. In this provocative and passionate book, he explores the decline of the church as a community of believers and calls readers back to the church’s roots as a community of resistance. Shifting the conversation about church renewal away from theological purity and marketing strategies that embrace cultural norms, and toward “embodied noncompliance” with the dominant culture, Meyers urges a return to the revolutionary spirit that marked Jesus’s ministry.

Location:
St Thomas the Martyr Church, Haymarket, Newcastle upon Tyne
Speaker:
Robin Meyers
Host:
Newcastle (on Tyne) Group

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Evangelical Evolution or Revolution?

Evangelical Evolution or Revolution? While some members of her faith may see Anna as a 'loose Canon' in the church, nevertheless her progressive views of and radical approaches to Christianity make it well worth putting your ears in the firing line.

Location:
Southernhay Church Hall, Exeter
Speaker:
Canon Anna Norman-Walker of Exeter Cathedral
Host:
Exeter Group

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Life Journeys – Cairns along the Way

Life Journeys – Cairns along the Way

PCN Britain Members’ Residential Weekend 2017

The annual residential weekend is a chance for members to spend time together considering ideas on a particular theme.

Location:
Foxhill, Chester Diocese Retreat and Conference Centre, Tarvin Road, Frodsham, WA6 6XB.
Host:
PCN Britain

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Redeeming Gender

Redeeming Gender Adrian says: "I think this book is a genuinely new and progressive contribution to the churches’ understanding of gender as well as a critique of several secular assumptions." There is a full description on the Oxford University Press blog here.

Location:
Southernhay Church Hall, Exeter
Speaker:
The Revd Dr Adrian Thatcher
Host:
Exeter Group

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