What does the Common Good mean for us?

Wednesday 8 November
12.30-1pm
The United Church, Jewry Street, Winchester, Hampshire SO23 8RZ

What have we learned from this series and what do we make of the 'common good'? Is it really an idea 'whose time has come'?

This session provides an opportunity to reflect on the theme of the series, and for issues and questions prompted during the preceding weeks to be raised and discussed. It will be given by Professor Andrew Bradstock. He is convener of TRiPL, the University’s Centre for Theology and Religion in Public Life. He has previously served as Secretary for Church and Society with the United Reformed Church, and from 2009-13 was Howard Paterson Professor of Theology and Public Issues at the University of Otago, New Zealand.​

This is part of the series called The Common Good: An idea whose time has come? We have invited the speakers in this series to explore how, in an increasingly fragmented, unequal and divided society, the Common Good offers a way forward in which everyone can play a role.

The dates of the events in this series are Wednesdays 11, 18 and 25 October and 1 and 8 November 2017.

Join us as we explore and re-imagine The Common Good.

This series is held in conjunction with 'Space in the City' - www.spaceinthecity.org.uk

This series is part of the Centre for Theology and Religion in Public Life. For more information about the centre, click here

To book, email: Andrew.Bradstock@winchester.ac.uk

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