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The Café in the Crypt is the ideal spot for affordable dining in central London.

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Samuel Martin Wells

By: Fr Chad Boulton

A prophet who thinks he has a message for the world, has to learn how to surrender that message to the silence, to rediscover its truth, tested and purified. Jesus is...

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A Sermon for St Martin-in-the-Fields

By: The Ven. Luke Miller

"So often we are tempted into sin, to weave webs of deception, to behave badly towards others and so to contribute to the darkness of the world. Into this predicament...

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Word Made Flesh: Does the church really need academic theology?

By: Various

A discussion recorded on Monday 23 January at St Martin-in-the-Fields, Trafalgar Square, London. Is there still a place for academic theology in the life of the church? Or should the church...

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Category: PodcastsGuest speakersLectures from St Martin-in-the-Fields

My neighbour, my nation and the presidential election

By: Stanley Hauerwas

A talk from Stanley Hauerwas given on Monday 31 October, as part of the St Martin-in-the-Fields Autumn Lecture Series 2016 – Who is my neighbour? The Ethics of the Global Relationships. The...

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Category: PodcastsGuest speakersLectures from St Martin-in-the-Fields

My neighbour, my nation and the presidential election (Q and A)

By: Stanley Hauerwas

The question and answer session with Stanley Hauerwas, following his talk as part of the St Martin-in-the-Fields Autumn Lecture Series 2016 – Who is my neighbour? The Ethics of the Global Relationships....

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My neighbour beyond fear and discrimination

By: Sarah Coakley

A talk from Sarah Coakley given on Monday 24 October, as part of the St Martin-in-the-Fields Autumn Lecture Series 2016 – Who is my neighbour? The Ethics of the Global Relationships. The lecture...

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Category: PodcastsGuest speakersLectures from St Martin-in-the-Fields

My neighbour the refugee with Sarah Teather

By: Sarah Teather

A talk from Sarah Teather given on Monday 17 October, as part of the St Martin-in-the-Fields Autumn Lecture Series 2016 – Who is my neighbour? The Ethics of the Global Relationships. The lecture...

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My neighbour the refugee with Sarah Teather (Q and A)

By: Sarah Teather

The question and answer session with Sarah Teather, following her talk as part of the St Martin-in-the-Fields Autumn Lecture Series 2016 – Who is my neighbour? The Ethics of the Global Relationships....

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My neighbour and the ecological crisis with Michael Northcott

By: Michael Northcott

A talk from Michael Northcott given on Monday 3 October, as part of the St Martin-in-the-Fields Autumn Lecture Series 2016 – Who is my neighbour? The Ethics of the Global Relationships. The lecture...

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My neighbour and the ecological crisis with Michael Northcott (Q and A)

By: Michael Northcott

The question and answer session with Michael Northcott, following his talk as part of the St Martin-in-the-Fields Autumn Lecture Series 2016 – Who is my neighbour? The Ethics of the Global Relationships....

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