Malvern Group Meeting – The Apostate's Creed - Rethinking Christianity for the C21st - Ben Whitney

The Apostate's Creed - Rethinking Christianity for the C21st - Ben Whitney
Ben writes, ‘All theologies have a context. Mine is the 21st century.

Can I still find some truth in the Christian story, even if, like most people, I no longer believe its historic doctrines or share its faith in a supernatural God? Jesus radically reinterpreted his religious inheritance. Can we learn from him and do the same, or is he too no longer relevant?

This book is an exploration of some phrases from the 8th century Apostles Creed, together with a series of reflections based mainly around Luke's gospel. Is there anything left I can believe in? And what difference does it make?

Ben Whitney is a retired education social worker who also has a postgraduate degree in theology. He was previously a Baptist minister and then a Church of England lay-reader. Ben’s talk this evening is based on his recent book, The Apostate’s Creed. Some copies are available. Please email for a copy to be sent to you.

For details of the zoom meeting, please email info@pcnmalvern.org.uk
Start Date:
Thursday 11th November 2021
Start Time:
7:30PM
Location:
online via zoom
Email:
info@pcnmalvern.org.uk
Speakers:
Ben Whitney

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