A series of events are being hosted by the Chaplaincies at Queen’s University, Belfast,
The first, on October 17, is an all day workshop on science and religion. It is free of charge and includes lunch.
Featuring a keynote address by Professor John Lennox, author of ‘Has science buried God?’ this workshop will include presentations on the relationship between faith and science in a wide range of areas – the classroom, contemporary culture, the history of the debate, the undergraduate mind…
All are welcome. The whole day is funded by the Templeton Foundation. Registration is essential so please email: email@example.com
On October 22, the Chaplaincies at Queen’s, in conjunction with the International Justice Mission, present ‘It’s Not Fair,’ a play on the issue of human trafficking.
This exciting new theatre show is performed by the highly acclaimed UK based Rhema Theatre Company.
Search, the Church of Ireland Journal, will be relaunched on October 27, with Bishop Harold, Diocese of Down and Dromore, welcoming those who attend.
The new magazine will feature its usual mix of church and faith–related articles, aiming to stimulate discussion and fresh thinking in the Church of Irealnd and beyond. But the articles will on the whole be shorter, more varied, and easier on the eye.
Contributors will range from key figures in church life at home and abroad to recent graduates taking their first steps into print.
‘We aim to foster new talent as well as soliciting wisdom from the “elders”,’ says editor Canon Ginnie Kennerley.
For further information on all these events visit http://www.thehubbelfast.org/