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Jesus in Space, Time, and History: Natural Theology & the Challenge of Talking about God
Wednesday, Jul 24, 2019 at 7:30PM -
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The question of how we talk about God has become more and more confused in today’s Western culture. Where might such a conversation start, and how might it proceed? Professor Wright argues for a fresh approach to locating Jesus within a Jewish understanding of space, time and history, opening up new possibilities