The Great Challenge of Our Time: Defining a New Story

Wednesday 3 May
6.30-8.30pm
Room 5, Main Building, King Alfred Campus, University of Winchester, Sparkford Road, Winchester, Hampshire SO22 4NR

​The greatest challenge of our time is the need to rescue the soul and heal the split between spirit and matter, so deeply embedded in the three patriarchal religions and reductionist science. It is to ask and answer the questions: who are we and why are we here? It is to recover and redeem the Feminine Principle, knowing the history of how and why it was rejected and how, because of this, women were and still are unconsciously regarded as the inferior gender, subordinate to men. It is to define a new image of God, taking us beyond the outworn paternal image we have inherited of a Creator separate from creation.

The third and final lecture in our "Exploring Aspects of the Feminine Divine" Series is entitled The Great Challenge of Our Time: Defining a New Story

Guest Speaker: Anne Baring MA Oxon, author and Jungian analyst

This is from the ​Institute for Theological Partnerships, for more information click here

Please note: this event was scheduled to take place on Wednesday 10 May but the date was changed last minute. If you missed the event because of the date change, please email: Joanna.Wilson@winchester.ac.uk, to receive a recorded copy of the talk.

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