Signs of the Times -- A One-Day Conference

Leicester, UK, 11. October 2018.

with

Rev Dr Jane Craske (Being Human)
Dr John Lyden (Film as Religion)
Prof. Clive Marsh (Theology Goes to the Movies)
Prof. Anthony Reddie (Is God Colour-Blind?)
Prof Nicola Slee (The Book of Mary)

How do popular culture and the arts help people read ‘the signs of the times’?
Do they simply reflect the culture in which they are produced, or help shape it in some way?   
What is Christian theology to make of all of this?

Date:         Thursday October 11th 2018
Time:         11.00 – 3.30 (arrive for coffee from 10.30)
Venue:        Queen’s Foundation, Birmingham
Cost:         £15 (incl. lunch & refreshments)

Book now (before September 30th) to secure your place. Use the booking form and send a £5 (non-returnable) deposit (or the full amount) to Deanna Tyndall, Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education, Somerset Road, Edgbaston, Birmingham B15 2QH (balance payable on the day). Tel: 0121 452 2618 hospitality@queens.ac.uk

Go to: http://www.queens.ac.uk/events/signs-of-the-times-conference for a link to the booking form

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Professor Clive Marsh
Chair: Theology, Religion and Popular Culture Network

Vaughan Centre for Lifelong Learning,
University of Leicester,
University Road,
Leicester, LE1 7RH
E: cm286@le.ac.uk