Whitley Theological College and the University of Divinity’s Centre for Research in Religion and Social Policy are very pleased to be hosting a free public lecture by the leading Bonhoeffer scholar the Revd Dr Keith Clements.
The lecture is titled ‘Priorities for a public theology in a time of extremisms: Fresh insights from Bonhoeffer’.
The Revd Dr Gordon Preece, Director of RASP, will offer a response to the lecture.
This will be the second public lecture on Bonhoeffer that Whitley has hosted this year. The first was Dr Andrew Root’s lecture on ‘Dietrich Bonhoeffer as Youth Worker’.