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Public forum ‘Christianity in Conversation’

This public event is embedded in the Pilgrim unit ‘Culture, Beliefs and Theology’, which engages discussions about God, Jesus, Salvation, and the Bible, at and beyond the borderlands of the church.

This seminar will do the same, with a range of speakers who variously engage elements of the Christian tradition from the periphery or the outside of the Christian community. Featuring reflections from Professor John Carroll (atheist perspective); Dr Meredith Lake (historical perspective), and Naomi Wolfe (First Peoples perspective). Sadly Professor Mohamad Abdalla, who was going to offer an Islamic perspective, has had to withdraw from this event. It is hoped that an alternative scholar from the Muslim community will participate.

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When
2:30pm – 5:30pm
Friday, 16 Apr 2021
Where
Pilgrim Theological College
29 College Crescent
Parkville
VIC 3052
Contact
geoff.thompson@pilgrim.edu.au
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