Welcome to the
Anabaptist Theology Forum
A twice yearly gathering of people who enjoy challenging theology, inspiring conversation, and good food.
All the details about the next Forum.
If you have any questions, we would love to hear from you.
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During the current crisis we have ceased the usual physical gatherings and replaced them with online meetings.
These are being recorded and can be accessed on our new YouTube channel.
YOUTUBE CHANNEL NOW LIVE - HERE
Please see below for details of upcoming online sessions.
Peacemaking After Brexit
Exploring being a peacemaker in transitional times with Juliet Kilpin
(in partnership with the Crucible course)
How might we resist scapegoating, polarising and dehumanising tendencies, whilst remaining committed to peace and justice?
Juliet coordinates Peaceful Borders, a peacemaking initiative that accompanies and equips peacemakers responding to forced migration and supports refugees and volunteers in northern France and the UK. She is also a community organiser with Citizens UK.
Other Autumn Sessions
Thursday 15 October, 8pm: Simon Perry, ‘Economics and Debt After Christendom’.
Simon is a chaplain at Robinson College, University of Cambridge. He publishes online liturgical resources at simonperry.org.uk, and is the author of a forthcoming commentary on the gospel of Luke and of the forthcoming book 'Economics and Debt After Christendom'.
Thursday 29 October, 8pm: Follow up discussion with Simon Perry
And other contributors on ‘Economics and Debt after Christendom’
Thursday 12 November, 8pm: Doug Hynd on ‘Community Engagement after Christendom’
Exploring Scripture, history, and how (not) to become an extension of the State. Doug is an Adjunct Research Fellow at the Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture at Charles Sturt University, Canberra, and has been active in the Anabaptist Association of Australia and New Zealand over the past two decades. He is the author of the forthcoming book ‘Public Service After Christendom’.
Details of how to join these three autumn sessions, along with a reminder about them, will be sent out closer to the time.
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And advance notice of dates for 2021
21 January: Stuart Murray Williams on ‘Post-Christendom and Post-Colonialism’
18 February: Jeremy Thomson on ‘Old Testament Theology after Christendom’
18 March: Lina Toth Andronoviene on ‘Singleness and Marriage after Christendom’
Forum Content & Logistics
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Booking & Payments
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