Friday, 10th May 2019
10.00 am
St. James’ Church

Free to full-time students – Post-talk refreshments in aid of Church funds

Timothy Radcliffe, exploring one of the themes of his forthcoming book, Choose Life: a Christian Imagination, shares his experiences of the Middle East and how they have taught him hope in a dark time.

Praise in the Church Times for What’s The Point of Being a Christian:
‘a wholly admirable statement of what it means to be a thoughtful, receptive, faithful, and generous Christian in the West today’
Seven Last Words: ‘an engaging style, but with genuine depth. Reading his reflections on Jesus’s seven last words from the cross is like chatting to a wise friend.’

Timothy Radcliffe, a former Master of the worldwide Dominican Order, is now based in Oxford but remains an itinerant lecturer, broadcaster, preacher and retreat giver. His other bestselling books include Why go to Church, Take the Plunge and I Call You Friends.

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