2016 Symposium

2016 Symposium:

‘What Survives Death – Faith and Thought Symposium 2016’

This event tool place on 8th October 2016 - if you were unable to attend the full symposium you can listen to the three main papers here:

Title Speaker MP3
1. Disability and Resurrection Dr Sally Nelson is a Baptist minister and Baptist Tutor at St Barnabas Theological Centre, Sheffield, teaching doctrine and pastoral studies. She read chemistry before completing a PhD in theology focused on the question of suffering. She has also studied and taught theology of disability. These interests are rooted in the dual experiences of having a special needs daughter and working in hospice chaplaincy.
2. The Philosophy of Death Professor Keith Ward is a Philosopher, theologian, priest and scholar. He has lectured widely and written extensively on a range of subjects including the analysis of minds, brains, persons and souls from which he derives the position of ‘dual-aspect idealism’
3. Near Death Experiences The Very Reverend Professor Gordon McPhate, is Dean of Chester Cathedral. He is also a trained Pathologist and a member of the Royal College of Physicians, who has had a near-death experience himself.

Saturday 8th October from 10:30am to 4:00pm, Bloomsbury Central Baptist Church, 235 Shaftesbury Avenue, London WC2H 8EP

These events are free to members of Faith and Thought (or those joining on the day). Otherwise just £10 (£7 concessions). There is no need to book in advance but if you could drop me an email to let me know you are coming it would help to have a rough idea of numbers drapkerry@gmail.com


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