We’re really pleased to announce a series of webinar conversations on Tuesday evenings in late February and into March, called ‘Questions of our Times’. The five free-to-view webinars will open up the challenges of Covid-19, fake news, race inequality, climate emergency and unanswered prayer.
In the first of the series, on 23 February, former cabinet minister Jonathan Aitken will be discussing the question, ‘In a world of fake news, who can we trust?’ The series concludes on 23 March with crossbench peer and former Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams addressing prayer and spirituality under the title, ‘Is God really listening?’
Speakers in the series will also cover the topics of health, race and the environment, with the help of series host Nigel Bovey, who is the vice-chair of the Christian Evidence Society and former editor of Salvation Army magazine The War Cry. At each of the evenings, attendees will be able to put questions to the speaker.
Questions of our Times
The complete series is listed below. Please click the links to find out more and to register for your free ticket. You can also find the complete listing on Eventbrite.
Health: How can I find wholeness in a broken world?
With the Revd Dr Gillian Straine
Director at the Guild of Health and St Raphael
2 March 2021, 8pm – Register here
Prayer and Spirituality: Is God really listening?
With the Revd Dr Lord Rowan Williams of Oystermouth
Honorary Professor of Contemporary Christian Thought, Cambridge University
23 March 2021, 8pm – Register here
‘The Christian Evidence Society is an inter-denominational Christian trust that promotes the evidence for the credibility of Christianity,’ says the society’s chair, the Revd Canon Edward Carter. ‘With the coronavirus having such a huge effect, I hope this timely series of topical conversations will help people consider some of the fundamental questions of our times.’
The webinars mark the 150th anniversary of the society, which was founded in 1870 with a public lecture series, responding to the challenges of the times. This 2021 series has been made possible with the support of the Montgomery Trust.
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