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Living Theology- Who is Jesus?

Living Theology’ comes to Ammerdown for the first time in 2014 to look at the question ‘Who is Jesus?’.  Lecturers will include the well-known Jesuit scholars Gerard J Hughes SJ and Nicholas King SJ. Valerie Quinlivan MA will explore the same question through visual arts and poetry. Finally, Revd Vanessa Herrick MA, Rector of Wimborne Minster, will explore ‘Jesus and Attitudes to Women’ in her plenary lecture.

‘Living Theology’ was founded by the British Jesuit Province over forty years ago, following Vatican II, to enable the laity to study aspects of Christian faith in the context of that great Council. Forty years on, Living Theology continues to offer a unique experience of Christian learning, liturgy, and community living for Christians of all denominations (though it remains Jesuit at its core).

 

[A note from Ammerdown: This is not an Ammerdown course but a course organised by Living Theology at Ammerdown. We think it is an excellent initiative, given that it is rooted in the teachings of Vatican II and in the ecumenical tradition that are both so dear to Ammerdown, and we are therefore delighted to host it and happy to help publicise it.]

 

For more information on this event, or to download an application form, visit www.livingtheology.org.uk (please select ‘Ammerdown’ from the menu in the left-hand column). Alternatively email Living Theology c/o eilish.heath@btinternet.com. 

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Please arrive by 5pm on Friday. Living Theology ends with a liturgy after breakfast on Monday.

‘Living Theology’ comes to Ammerdown for the first time in 2014 to look at the question ‘Who is Jesus?’.  Lecturers will include the well-known Jesuit scholars Gerard J Hughes SJ and Nicholas King SJ. Valerie Quinlivan MA will explore the same question through visual arts and poetry. Finally, Revd Vanessa Herrick MA, Rector of Wimborne Minster, will explore ‘Jesus and Attitudes to Women’ in her plenary lecture.

‘Living Theology’ was founded by the British Jesuit Province over forty years ago, following Vatican II, to enable the laity to study aspects of Christian faith in the context of that great Council. Forty years on, Living Theology continues to offer a unique experience of Christian learning, liturgy, and community living for Christians of all denominations (though it remains Jesuit at its core).

 

[A note from Ammerdown: This is not an Ammerdown course but a course organised by Living Theology at Ammerdown. We think it is an excellent initiative, given that it is rooted in the teachings of Vatican II and in the ecumenical tradition that are both so dear to Ammerdown, and we are therefore delighted to host it and happy to help publicise it.]

 

For more information on this event, or to download an application form, visit www.livingtheology.org.uk (please select ‘Ammerdown’ from the menu in the left-hand column). Alternatively email Living Theology c/o eilish.heath@btinternet.com.