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Please see below for a list of our upcoming CSPT lectures This list is updated regularly.

In addition to our main programme of events, we also host a series of theological lectures aimed at discussing a Christian response to social and political issues. These lectures delve deeply into theology, and allow for a more substantive audience interaction with the opportunity for a seminar-like discussion over wine afterwards.  

Previous CSPT lectures:

 

'Abstinence and Justice: Food in Christian Tradition'

Dr David Grumett

 

'Paris and Syria: Climate Change and Imperial Energy Wars'

Dr Wilf Wilde

 

'Redeeming Money: The Quest for an Economy of Generosity'

Rev. Dr James Walters 

 

'Creation Renewed: (Re)understanding Jesus in a Changing Climate'

Rev. Dr Susan Durber

 

‘Magna Carta and the Struggle for Justice: The Common People and Resistance to Empire'

Dr Wilf Wilde

 

'Does Aid Work?'

The Rt Hon Clare Short

 

‘Is a 'Christian Businessman' an oxymoron?’

Mark Hutchinson 

 

‘No Glory: The real history of the First World War’

Dr Neil Faulkner

 

'Inequality and farce in contemporary Britain: reflections from the Medieval Carnival and the biblical concept of shalom'

Andy and Carol Kingston-Smith

 

‘STOP THE TRAFFIK: Is Prevention Possible?’

Ruth Dearnley

 

‘What's Wrong with Poverty?’

Rev. Dr Sam Wells

 

‘Prophets of Justice vs Profits of Injustice: What can we learn for the 21st Century City?’

Rev Canon Dr Jules Gomes

 

‘7 Deadly Sins: Capitalism's flat-earth problem and what to do about it.’

Dr Eve Poole

 

‘Practicing Jesus: Making sense of God and Gospel in these compromised and messy times.’

Rev Chris Beales 

 

‘Thy Kingdom Come (in the Workplace)’

Paul Szkiler

 

‘The Art of Share Spaces: Where is the social value?’

Prof. Ben Quash

 

‘Professional Philanthropy: How to save lives without leaving the City.’

Will MacAskill

 

‘What's the good of capitalism?’

Dr Peter Heslam

 

Feminist Theology: the voice of the other

6:00pm, Wednesday 14th June 2017 at St Mary-le-Bow Church, Cheapside

 

Please join us for a Christian Social and Political Thought lecture by the Ven. Elizabeth Adekunle, Archdeacon of Hackney. This session will be Chaired by the Revd Lis Goddard, Vicar of St James the Less, Pimlico.

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The Ven. Elizabeth Adekunle was born in North London. She trained for Ordination at Ridley Hall, Cambridge, during which she completed a second Masters and is currently working on a part time postgraduate degree. Whilst serving her curacy in the parish of St. Luke, Homerton, she also worked as an on-call chaplain at Homerton Hospital and as Chaplain at St. Mellitus Theological College. In 2011, Elizabeth moved back to Cambridge to take up the post of Chaplain at St. John’s College. She has been part of the Archbishop's Evangelism Task Group for the past two years and Elizabeth has been Archdeacon of Hackney since May 2016.

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