The Peterborough Theological Society Programme 2016-17.
An ecumenical society, open to all.
President: Rev Canon Jonathan Baker.
Meetings are held on Wednesdays, 7.30 – 9.15 pm,
at the Friends’ Meeting House, Thorpe Road, Peterborough, PE3 6AB.
Parking is available.
Subscriptions: Annual – £20 (couples £30; unwaged students £10); Individual meetings – £4.
28 September: Rev’d Alison Gray (Tutor in Old Testament Studies, Westcott House, Cambridge)
Samson, Hero or Anti-hero? Reflections on a Near Eastern Terrorist.
26 October: Rev’d Dr. Robert MacDonald (Tutor in Christian Doctrine, Ridley Hall, Cambridge)
Starting with the Spirit: an Approach to Trinitarian Theology.
30 November: Rev’d Canon Michael Rusk (Team Rector, St. Peters Parish, Oadby)
Local and Global – Interfaith Today.
25 January: Rev’d Dr. Paul Walker (Minister, Highgate Baptist Church, Birmingham)
Peter Thomas Stanford: Birmingham’s First ‘Coloured Preacher’, 1889 – 1895.
22 February: Rev’d Andrew Hawes. (Vicar of Edenham, Warden of Edenham Regional House.)
Lost in the Labyrinth: Contemporary Trends in Christian Spirituality.
29 March: Rev’d Professor Chris Rowland (Emeritus Dean Ireland’s Professor of Exegesis of Holy Scripture, Oxford)
How William Blake can help us read the Bible.
26 April: Rev’d Dr. Harvey Kuiyam (Ripon College, Cuddesdon)
African Christianity in Britain – Emerging Missional Impulses.
24 May: Dr. Elaine Storkey (President, TEAR Fund; member of the Board of A Rocha)
Theology for World Development, Sustainability and Justice.
28 June: Rev’d Dr. Marian Carter (formerly Senior Lecturer in Pastoral Theology, St. Mark and St. John’s College, Plymouth)
A Time to Die – Theological Reflections on Death.