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Event Series Event Series: Bible Talks: Autumn Series 2023

Bible Talks: Autumn Series 2023

October 11 @ 1:10 pm - 2:00 pm

Bible Talks take place on Zoom 1.10pm – 2.00pm. 

  • Wednesday 11th October. Artificial Intelligence – The Revd Dr Stefan Collier.

Stefan has had a career as both an astrophysicist and nuclear physicist and is studying Artificial Intelligence. He is the Rector of Christleton, a semi rural community on the outskirts of Chester.

  • Wednesday 18th October. Sexuality – The Revd Dr Jonathan Tallon.

Jonathan is a biblical studies tutor at The Luther King Centre in Manchester. He has a YouTube channel, Bible and Homosexuality, and has recently published, Why You Can Say Yes to the Bible and Yes to People who Are LGBTQI+.

  • Wednesday 1st November. Abortion – Professor Margaret Kamitsuka

Margaret is the Francis W. and Lydia L. Davis Professor Emeritus of Religion at Oberlin College, USA. Her publications include: Unborn Bodies, Resurrection and Reproductive Agency, Abortion and Religion, Abortion and Christian Tradition.

  • Wednesday 8th November. Deliverance: Are there evil spirits? Dr Anne Richards

Anne is the National Public Policy Advisor for the Church of England modern society, popular culture, contemporary spirituality and apologetics.

  • Wednesday 15th November. We need to talk about assisted dying – Dr Alison Perham

Alison is a retired physician originally in General Practice who later specialised in Palliative Medicine and worked in hospices, hospitals and the community for the last 20 years of her career. She now lives in Somerset and is a trustee of St Margaret’s Hospice.

  • Wednesday 22nd November. The Theology of Dementia – Dr Peter Kevern

Peter is Professor of Values in Health and Social Care at Staffordshire University, UK, where he is a member of the Centre for Health and Development. The core of Peter’s research activity includes work on the relationship between religion and dementia. He has published widely on the theology of dementia; the spiritual needs of people with dementia and their carers; and the potential of churches as ‘dementia friendly’ centres.

  • Wednesday 29th November. Christians and Politics? Dr Eve Parker

Eve is a lecturer in Modern Theology at Manchester University and was elected to Trafford Council for the first time in May 2023. Her publications include Trust in Theological Education; Theologising with the ‘Sacred Prostitutes’ of South India.


October 11
1:10 pm - 2:00 pm
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