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The world today is facing crisis from all sides.
Professor Bruno Latour, the influential sociologist of science and social theorist, explores the impact of ecological crises on theology and spirituality.
Ekklesia is pleased to invite you to a day conference addressing the crises of the diminishing Christian presence in the Holy Land with:
Our bodies are made of the same stuff as the planet itself and every species, including humanity, came into being against powerful odds. What does this say to us about creation and our place in it?
The ‘Big Bang’ has reopened questions about the creation of the universe.
Does science lead inexorably to atheism?
- Do you volunteer in an existing befriending scheme?
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What is the responsibility of the international community when a state is unable or unwilling to protect its own people?
A talk organised by Quaker Peace & Social Witness and Peace News at Friends House, Euston Road, London, NW1 2BJ 7.30pm.
Come to the Fellowship of Reconciliation’s Called to be Peacemakers conference, a residential weekend event for 18 to 30 (ish) year olds who are interested, active and/ or engaged in peace and confl
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