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A Christmas Reflection – 2020

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Research Symposium (in Partnership with MHA) – Thursday 12th November 2020

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Study Online in 2020-21!

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Events

2020 Whitley Lecture: ‘Finding a Friend’ The Baptist Encounter with Judaism – Live on YouTube

Ever since the horrific events of the Holocaust, the relationship of Christianity to Judaism has been under constant review. Many Christian denominations have made great strides toward a much closer rapprochement with Judaism. This lecture will ask where British Baptists stand in relation to this sea change in Christian-Jewish relations. It will identify potential problems […]

CANCELLED: Exploring the Intersection of Faith, Justice and Business

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 […]

CANCELLED: David Goodbourn Annual Lecture: ‘Caring for People, Water and Earth’

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 […]

CANCELLED: Thinking Theologically about Higher Education

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 […]

CANCELLED: 2020 Whitley Lecture: ‘Finding a Friend’ The Baptist Encounter with Judaism

Due to recent announcements from the UK Government, it has been decided that the 2020 Whitley 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 […]

2019 Whitley Lecture: ‘From Theology to Theologies’

  It is now an undeniable fact that, demographically speaking, the centre of gravity of Christianity has shifted to the southern continents from its traditional heartlands in Europe and America. This lecture will look at the need for African, Asian and Latin American cultures to yield their deposits of grace in the service of the […]

David Goodbourn Annual Lecture: ‘Sweet Charity’

Controversy about ‘white saviours’ around this year’s Comic Relief has put the spotlight back on charity and charities. Churches and individual Christians have always believed that charity is required. How do we reflect on charity from a theological and justice perspective? This lecture will raise questions about charities and faith in relation to justice. Charities […]

Where is Wisdom to be found?

Open Lecture   In her retirement year, and after 20 years teaching at Luther King House, the Revd Dr. Jan Berry reflects on her experience of feminist spirituality and theological education. A pdf leaflet for you to download, print and distribute can be found here. Light refreshments will be available from 6.45pm, followed by Jan’s lecture […]

Resisting Violence Against Women: Art Exhibition & Lecture

Art Exhibition and Lecture From January 2018, ‘The Manchester Mosaic’ produced in 1992 by an ecumenical group of women around the issue of violence against women will be displayed in the Chapel at Luther King House. To launch this, linked with our Winter School on Theologies of the Body, we are hosting an Art Exhibition […]

‘Not Bothered with Murder’ – James Alison

Open Lecture We are delighted to welcome James Alison to Luther King House as part of our Open Lecture programme, as he leads us with his lecture; ‘Not Bothered with Murder’: A Reading of Matthew 21. James is a Catholic theologian, priest and author, whose explorations of the Christian faith have inspired many of us. […]