Each year a symposium is held at which three or four papers are presented on a particular topic.
The talks are usually recorded and are made available as MP3s to download, or as Youtube videos (narrated PowerPoints) to view.
Scroll down the page for links to previous symposia.
These events are free to members of Faith and Thought (or those joining on the day). Otherwise just £10 (£7 concessions). There is no need to book in advance but if you could drop me an email to let me know you are coming it would help to have a rough idea of numbers email@example.com
2018 Lecture - A History of The Victoria Institute (now Faith & Thought)
2017 Symposium - Is God Violent
2016 Symposium - What Survives Death?
2015 Symposium - Dealing with Conflict - Christian Responses
2014 Symposium - Homosexuality, Scientific, Social, Biblical and Pastoral Aspects
2013 Symposium - The Accidental Universe?
2012 Symposium - Children's Spirituality meets Christian Theology
2011 Symposium - Translating the Old Testament, first century and now
This will address the thorny question of whether the monotheistic god of the Abrahamic Religions, is a god of violence? In a time when such a view is seen as abhorrent, how should we interpret texts that deal with massacres? What can archaeology teach us about this time? Are Christianity, Islam and Judaism reading the stories differently?