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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:


'Migration, politics and faith in the UK today'

Canon Steven Saxby


'Feminist Theology: the voice of the other'

the Ven. Elizabeth Adekunle


'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