5 December 2019: Theology of Justice Panel Discussion

Is pursuing social justice biblical? What does the Bible tell us about living ethically and caring for the planet? Are evangelism and justice separate things? Is pursuing justice a specific ‘calling’ for some Christians and not others?

Essentially what is the theology of justice?

We are delighted to welcome you to an evening of Q&A, discussion, short talks and deep exploration of the Bible in relation to social and environmental justice. We’ll be hearing from a panel of academics, activists, and experts on the theology of justice, and why it is so crucial that we take the message of biblical justice seriously.

Where: Trinity College Bristol

When: 5 December 2018, 7-9PM

Cost: Free

RSVP: click here

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