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PUBLIC EVENT: Scriptural Reasoning at Greenbelt 2019, 26 Aug 2019

last modified Oct 30, 2019 10:09 AM
'Scripture & Violence - Challenging Assumptions': Scriptural Reasoning at Greenbelt Festival 2019 on 26 August at 11am
PUBLIC EVENT: Scriptural Reasoning at Greenbelt 2019, 26 Aug 2019

Scriptural Reasoning

If you are going to Greenbelt Festival this coming Bank Holiday weekend, join us for a 90 minute scriptural reasoning session to explore passages in the Jewish, Christian and Muslim sacred texts that seem to incite violence. 

Greenbelt 2019 is one of the world's largest Christian arts and activism festivals, and we are partnering with Rose Castle Foundation and Coexist House to run this event, with support from the University of Cambridge's Arts & Humanities Impact Fund.

More information is available here.

 

 

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