Sunday Living the Questions at St Martin in the Fields
Did Jesus have to die to save the world? Should we as Christians differentiate between the roles of women and men? How should Christian citizens react to violence, to the authority of state, to foreigners and to those of different faiths? What moral framework should we live by?
- Start Date:
- Sunday 9th June 2013
- Start Time:
- Austen Williams Room, 6 St Martin’s Place, London
- Revd Richard Carter
- 0207 766 1103
St. Paul tackles these and other issues in teaching that is both inspiring but at times problematic. Eclipsing Empire is a 12 session study of Paul’s radical – often controversial – ministry. It is the latest in the Living The Questions series held at St Martin’s: ‘a space of safety and challenge, where we can learn and ‘live the questions’ of what our faith means for our lives’.
9 June: Paul and Jesus: Already, Not Yet
16 June: Paul’s Mission: Fables or Facts?
23 June: Paul’s Character: Luke vs. Paul
30 June: Paul’s Conversion: The Road to Damascus?
7 July: Paul’s Cities: Villas and Shop-fronts
21 July: Paul’s Letters: Authentic or Forged?
8 September: Paul’s Ethics: Radical Equality
15 September: Paul’s Theology: God Taking Charge
29 September: Paul’s Eschatology: Justice on Earth
20 October: Underexplored Themes from the East
27 October: Jesus Eclipsing the Empire