Author: Simon Oxley

Be-long – Centre for Theology and Justice Arts Initiative

The Centre has a new initiative to explore theological reflection on justice through the arts.  We will be working with Lesley Sutton and Passion Art.  We already have seed funding to start the project and will be seeking further funding for particular projects. About Theology Justice & Arts project

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David Goodbourn Lecture 2018

“Theology for a Learning Church: Christian Education, Lay Formation and the Language of “Discipleship” A video of the lecture given by Professor Elaine Graham, Grosvenor Research Professor of Practical Theology, University of Chester,  Wednesday 9 May 2018 at the Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool.  Elaine comments that: “in an article published in 2012, David Goodbourn surveyed the state of […]

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Second David Goodbourn Lecture

We will be holding the Second David Goodbourn Lecture on the theme: “Theology for a Learning Church: Christian Education, Lay Formation and the Language of “Discipleship”. at 3.45pm, Wednesday 9 May at the Metropolitan Cathedral, Liverpool. The lecture will be given by Professor Elaine Graham, Grosvenor Research Professor of Practical Theology, University of Chester Elaine […]

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Theological Reflection

The Centre for Theology and Justice describes itself as connecting faith and action.  Instinctively, Christians may recognise that the two are connected but, in practice, may fail to recognise the dynamic relation between them.   Theology can become a set of ideas we discuss within a church or a college community.  Justice can become a set […]

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