Chaplains are increasingly the face of public religion. This report explores the chaplaincy landscape in Norfolk.
Dr Paula Gooder and George Pitcher will discuss the nature and purpose of story-telling, from the gospels to contemporary fiction, in an attempt to illuminate the relationship between truth and fiction.
Faith and Citizenship: A divided allegiance?
11th September 2017
How should Christians deal with tensions that arise between their faith and their citizenship? What does Christian citizenship look like?
Jointly with IBAC, Theos will co-host a panel debate on this topic in the Houses of Parliament. Panellists will include Nigel Biggar, Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology at Christ Church, Oxford; Claire Foster-Gilbert, Director of The Westminster Abbey Institute; and Ida Glaser, Director of the Centre for Muslim-Christian Studies, Oxford.
The event will also launch a new book by IBAC:
Edited by Mohammed Girma and Cristian Romocea. Foreword by Paul S. Williams.
Christians living in Muslim-majority states face a difficult question - should they retreat from public life, join in culturally while confining their Christian practice or approach the system in a critically engaged way as Christians? This new collection of essays uses a Christian vision of citizenship to show how the latter is possible. Theos' Ben Ryan has contributed a chapter on citizens, migrants and states.
Date and time: September 11th, 7-9pm
Venue: CPA room in the Palace of Westminster, London SW1A 0AA