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NEWS: Church Times coverage of CIP event

last modified Oct 30, 2019 10:09 AM
'Neither inherently violent nor safe' by Michael Wakelin in Church Times, 19 July 2019

Having attended a public event organised by Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme at the London School of Economic’s Faith Centre, Michael Wakelin, former Head of Religion & Ethics at the BBC asked to what extent do scriptural texts inspire terrorist acts in an article in Church Times (dated 19 July 2019). 

As a follow-up to this event, Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme will also be co-hosting (with Rose Castle Foundation) a scriptural reasoning event on the same theme at Greenbelt Festival on 26 August 2019.

 

 

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