Launch of God of Violence Yesterday, God of Love Today?
Westbury on Trym Baptist Church, Reedley Road, Bristol, BS9 3TE
Tuesday 4 June 2019 3.15pm
How do we read texts of violence with victims of violence? How can we resist the co-opting of the Bible for violent purposes? Join us to discuss questions like these, and others, at the launch event for Helen's book God of Violence Yesterday, God of Love Today? Refreshments from 3.15pm Presentation 3.30pm
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God of Violence Yesterday, God of Love Today? Book Launch
Bristol Baptist College, The Promenade, Clifton Down, Bristol, BS8 3NJ
Monday 17 June 2019. 9.30 am.
Centre for the study of Bible and violence (academic arm) inaugural symposium. Paper submission deadline 1st April 2019. Keynote speaker: Prof James Crossley Professor of Bible, Society and Politics St Mary’s University Twickenham Book Launch: God of Violence Yesterday, God of Love Today? Wrestling Honestly with the Old Testament Helen Paynter (BRF, 2019) Cost £20 or £5 for students and unwaged.
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Book signing: Finding God in a Culture of Fear
The Methodist Conference 2019, Conference Bookstall, Birmingham
Tuesday 2 July 1.00-2.00pm
Jo Cox-Darling will be signing copies of her new book Finding God in a Culture of Fear: Discovering hope in God’s kingdom. How can we live a little more hopefully each day? Fear, terrorism, corruption, fake news… it can be easy to become discouraged by the culture around us. Now more than ever, society needs hope in order to survive and flourish. This book takes us beyond comfort zones and easy answers, and towards a deeper understanding and practice of hope. It offers reflections, stories and practical ways for individuals and groups to find hope in their lives through discovering more about God in their midst.
Visit the bookstall and meet Joanna.
See also: The Methodist Conference Website