Following our series of lectures during the autumn BEING HUMAN it seemed appropriate to close the circle by considering the mystery of the Word made flesh. We heard read this Christmas, as we do every Christmas, the opening verses of the Gospel of St John, “In the beginning was the word… and the word was made flesh and lived among us, and we have seen His glory”. The words are familiar but how can we understand the glory, necessity even,…

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Revelations in Context

Tradition has it that St John the Evangelist, also known as St John the Divine or St John Theologian, composed the book of Revelation in a cave on the island of Patmos whilst in exile. Much of the book of Revelation has puzzled much of the church for much of that last 2,000 years. The dramatised reading of Revelation, Coming Soon, which was performed in the Abbey last year drew many appreciative comments and not a few questions about the book.…

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  1. Truth and the Media

    Monday, 24 September @ 19:30 - 21:00
  2. Teaching Truth

    Monday, 8 October @ 19:30 - 21:00
  3. Fierce Imaginings – God and the Great War

    Monday, 19 November @ 19:30 - 21:00
  4. What is Truth?

    Monday, 26 November @ 19:30 - 21:00