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Being Human – Exploring Biblical Anthropology

The Theology Network is back!

In 2021 we will be looking at the topic of ‘being human’ across a variety of different theological areas, including New Testament, Old Testament, Systematic and Practical Theology.

Our first Theology Network event will take place on Monday 25th January, 8pm – ‘Being Human’ and Doctrine with Lucy Peppiatt.

In this first Theology Network event of 2021 we are joined by Dr Lucy Peppiatt, the principle of Westminster Theological Centre, a systematic theologian who is currently working on a book addressing this topic.

We hope to be able to meet in person, but due to the uncertainty of COVID restrictions and wanting to include as many people as possible, we will also be LIVE STREAMING this event. If it turns out we can’t meet in person, then the whole event will be online.

There is still the usual £5 cost as this pays for our guest academics. If you are booked in we’ll send you details of how to access it online in the week leading up to the event. 

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