Luther King House
Luther King House,
M14 5JP, UK
Luther King House
Due to recent announcements from the UK Government, it has been decided that this lecture has been cancelled. It may be rescheduled for an alternative date, and we advise those who may still wish to attend to keep checking our Events page for any further updates.
All of us at Luther King House apologise for any inconvenience that this may cause.
An opportunity to think theologically about the wider higher education context in England within which theological colleges work. Input will be given on the history of Christian engagement with higher education and on present day theological insights into higher education against the background of the policies within which the sector works.
The seminar will be led by the Revd Professor Stephen Heap. Stephen is a Baptist minister, trained at Northern Baptist College. After pastorates in Wrexham and Blackbird Leys, Oxford, he moved into working in higher education. His roles have included chaplain, lecturer, Church of England National Higher Education Adviser and Professor at the University of Winchester. He has also been the Director of a Christian education centre.
He has published various articles on higher education, a Grove pamphlet ‘What Are Universities Good for?’ (Cambridge, 2012) and edited a book ‘The Universities We Need: theological perspectives’ (Routledge, 2017). He is currently writing a book, with two colleagues, on how Christianity shaped higher education in England, with Stephen writing the section on Free Church involvement.
The seminar will begin at 2pm and finish at approximately 4.30pm.
A pdf leaflet for you to download, print and distribute can be found here.
There is no charge for this event, but please contact us to confirm your intention to attend.
For further details, and to register your interest in attending, please contact Luther King House by e-mail or by telephone on 0161 249 2504.