ValWebbSt Mark’s Centre for Radical Christianity

Spring 2017 Conference: Memories, Metaphor, Myth: talking of God in the 21st Century

Saturday 29th April 10am-4pm

Cost £14 (£5 concessions)

Dr Val Webb, author of In defence of doubt and Testing tradition and liberating theology will lead this full day conference. Val has delighted us twice already with seminar evenings on her books. Last year she was the keynote speaker at the Common Dreams Conference of Progressive Christianity in Brisbane. But now she returns to another theme on which she has written a couple of books, and which we are keen for her to share with us as it is a subject of great importance; namely, how we can credibly speak about God (not to mention to God).

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PCN Britain: Marcus Borg Memorial Lecture

Presented by Robin Meyers
13th May 2017, St Stephen’s Church, Bristol

Speaker: Dr. Robin Meyers is an ordained minister in the United Church of Christ in the USA. He is the Distinguished Professor of Social Justice at Oklahoma City University, a best-selling author, a columnist, and an award-winning commentator for National Public Radio. He has been the Senior Minister of Mayflower Congregational UCC church of Oklahoma City for 31 years, the fastest growing UCC church in the Kansas Oklahoma conference. He is the author of seven books, including ‘Saving Jesus From The Church’ and ‘The Underground Church’ and will be joining Dominic Crossan in continuing the series of books begun in partnership with Marcus Borg. Marcus’ widow, Marianne, has asked him to help set up the Marcus Borg Foundation.
Venue: St Stephen’s Church, 21 St. Stephen’s Street Bristol BS1 1EQ. The church is fully wheelchair accessible. Car parks within walking distance. From Temple Meads railway station the 70 bus to St Stephen’s St takes 15 mins.
Robin Meyers will also be speaking at St Thomas the Martyr Church, Haymarket, Newcastle upon Tyne on Monday 15 May.

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