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Who is my neighbour? The Ethics of Global Relationships
The Autumn Lecture Series 2016
19 September 2016 – A lecture given by Rowan Williams
3 October 2016 – A lecture given by Michael Northcott
17 October 2016 – A lecture given by Sarah Teather
24 October 2016 – A lecture given by Sarah Coakley
31 October 2016 – A lecture given by Stanley Hauerwas
When Home is Hell: Facing the Truth about Domestic Violence, a sermon given by Revd Dr Sam Wells on Sunday 22 November 2015, as part of our Issues of our Time series.
Read a talk given by Revd Dr Sam Wells at the 2015 Living on the Edge Disability Conference on 17 October 2015.
The Curse and the Promise: Religion and Violence
The Autumn Lecture Series 2014
2 November 2015 – A lecture given by Abdal Hakim Murad (Timothy Winter)
5 October 2015 – A lecture given by Rabbi Dr Jonathan Romain
21 September 2015 – A lecture given by Revd Dr Sam Wells
Read Dementia and the Kingdom, a talk by Revd Canon David Warbrick given at our Living with Dementia evening on 15 September 2015.
Read Choosing our Government, a sermon given by Revd Dr Sam Wells on Sunday 26 April 2015, as part of the Issues of our Time series.
Living Without Enemies: Christian Responses to War and Violence. The Autumn Lecture Series 2015
Living Without Enemies in Northern Ireland – given by Duncan Morrow on Monday 6 October 2014
Can there ever be a ‘just war’? – given by Revd Dr Sam Wells on Monday 22 September
Read Re-Reading Pandora, a sermon given by Revd Dr Sam Wells at Duke Chapel on Sunday 8 June 2014.
The 29th Eric Symes Abbot Memorial Lecture
Read Beyond Justice, given by Revd Dr Sam Wells at Westminster Abbey on 15 May 2014.
A lecture from Msgr Prof Tomáš Halík
Read the Templeton Prize lecture given by Monsignor Professor Tomáš Halík at St Martin-in-the-Fields on Wednesday 14 May 2014.
Read On Suffering, an address given for the St Martin-in-the-Fields Lent Course on April 14 2014, by Revd Dr Sam Wells
A sermon from Revd Dr Sam Wells given at Duke Chapel
Read The Power and the Glory, given by Revd Dr Sam Wells on Sunday 3 November 2013.
A lecture by Revd Dr Sam Wells for the Stanley Hauerwas Retirement Symposium
Read The Difference Christ Makes, a lecture given by Revd Dr Sam Wells on Friday 1 November at Duke University.
A lecture by Revd Sam Wells for the Faith in Conflict Conference 2013
Read The Exasperating Patience of God, a lecture given by Revd Dr Sam Wells on Tuesday 26 February 2013 at Coventry Cathedral.
A lecture by Revd Dr Sam Wells for Open Table, the Changing Attitude Group for Greater London
Read Wholly Holy: What Does the Identity of Being LGBT Add to the Identity of Being Christian?, a lecture given by Revd Dr Sam Wells on Wednesday 30 January 2013.
His Story, Our Story: Jesus and the Storyteller’s Art – the Autumn Education Series 2012
The Story That Oppresses, given by Richard Holloway on Monday 5 November 2012.
The Story Jesus Became, given by Richard Carter on Monday 29 October 2012.
The Story Jesus Told, given by Sam Wells on Monday 8 October 2012.
The Story Jesus Knew, given by Jo Bailey Wells on Monday 24 September 2012.
Radical Compassion: The Gospel and Social Justice – the Autumn Education Series 2011
Compassion and Power, given by Terry Eagleton on Wednesday 16 November 2011.
Compassion and Empowerment, given by Nicola Slee on Monday 31 October 2011.
Compassion and Protest, given by Clare Herbert on Monday 3 October 2011.
Compassion and Justice, given by Nicholas Sagovsky on Monday 19 September 2011.
The Alpha and the Omega, the Bible Opened for All – the Autumn Education series 2010
Being Biblical, Broken and Blessed, given by Francis Young on Monday 8 November 2010.
Being Biblical Being a Woman, given by Lucy Winkett on Monday 25 October 2010.
Being Biblical Being Gay, given by Clare Herbert and Arnold Browne on Monday 11 October 2010
Being Biblical? Slavery, Sexuality and the Inclusive Community, given by Richard Burridge on Monday 27 September 2010
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