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Principalities and powers and conspiracy theories – when Adrian Lowe met Dr Stephen Backhouse

Prior to lockdown, the Theology Network was a chance for Christians (especially leaders, but open to all who are interested) to come together and taste the benefits of theological study. Each time we met, we received some quality input from a visiting theologian to provoke and help us to think about a different area of theology.

The Theology Network is all about stimulating us to think, open discussion and a chance to develop and grow.

During lockdown, we have been interviewing theologians online, since meeting in person has not been possible.

This video is an interview with Dr Stephen Backhouse, who gained his PhD from Oxford University and is now the director of Tent Theology – which is aimed at delivering real theology into the local church (www. tenttheology.com). Stephen also teaches for the Westminster Theological College and is an expert in the history of Christian thought and political theology.

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