Disorganised Religion: Reading the Bible After Christendom

Disorganised Religion: Reading the Bible After Christendom

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The Occupy camp outside St Pauls cathedral with banners quoting biblical passages highlights the changing use of the Bible in a post-Christendom context.

Ekklesia associate Dr Lloyd Pietersen will be exploring this and other themes when he talks about his new book: Reading the Bible after Christendom, later this month, at a special event in Bristol.

Organised in conjunction with the Anabaptist Network and the London Mennonite Centre, the day on Saturday 21st January will be an interactive opportunity to engage with some Anabaptist approaches to understanding the Bible aimed at help the churches to live distinctively in an age of disorganised religion. Perfect for those who are new to the Bible but also to those who have studied the Bible but are prepared to have their thinking stretched even further.

More details and booking here: http://www.menno.org.uk/DisorganisedReligion

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