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Clara Rushbrook shares our Advent Reflection, questioning where the Good News can be found in the midst of Advent in 2022.
Now available for registration; Short Courses available for personal study in 2022-23
The second post of our Open College take over "Francis ain’t normal, and that is fine: A few thoughts on Disability, Faith and Community." by David Jackman
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The final post of our Open College takeover "No Jew or Anglican, American or Russian: Holding onto humanity through Art and Beauty" written by Peter Bradley
Open College are taking over the LKC Blog for the month of May. In this first post Richard and Alison reflect on conversations around race, safe spaces, and the need for open conversation.
Video now available: Professor Mario I. Aguilar brought us this year's David Goodbourn Lecture "After Pestilence" exploring the centrality of social justice within the Church and the social gospel.
Grace reflects on our habit of trying to box things in, and the fact that chaplaincy works with the messiness of life.
Jonathan looks at what we mean when we say Luther King Centre teaches contextual theology.
This is a summary of a paper presented by Alex Booer, one of our MA students, at the Dissenting Beliefs: Heresy and Heterodoxy in Fantasy conference 11th December 2021
Jonathan Tallon looks at 36 factors that should be considered while choosing a theological college (also known as Bible College)
Dr Joseph Forde, one of our former PhD students, has turned his research into a book. Before and Beyond the ‘Big Society’: John Milbank and the Church the Church of England’s Approach to Welfare
Jonathan Tallon answers 10 questions about learning at a Theological College
Phil reflects on New Year's resolutions, and the opportunities we offer.
Glen reflects on hope this Advent
Kim reflects on the Angels in the Christmas story and elsewhere continuing the LKC tradition of a Christmas reflection
Meg lets us behind the curtain of how theologies get traction, talks about the SBL and AAR conference, and shares some of a paper she gave this year
Rosalind reflects on how the Bible interacts with the serious environmental crises we are living through – that the COP26 talks are addressing. This links with our course on Faith and the Environment
Now available online - Luther King Centre, CTBI, and CTJ introduced Dr Isabel Apawo Phiri who delivered the Annual David Goodbourn Lecture on Monday 1st November
Revd Dr Clara Rushbrook reflects on a starting point of a vision of becoming an anti-racist college
Exploring the lives and influence of four Bible women, and how we might preach them in a new light.
Now available for registration; Short Courses available for personal study in 2021-22!
A feature of our community at Luther King Centre is the diversity of people who come together for study and learning
Daleen Ten Cate – MA in Mission prize winner 2021
Now available online - Luther King Centre, CTBI, and CTJ introduced Rev Dr David McLachlan who delivered the Annual David Goodbourn Lecture on Tuesday 11th May
It has been a strange year for all of us. It has been a tough year for most. It has been a downright forgettable year for some. Whatever group we find ourselves in, 2020 will be a memorable year.
During the symposium, many of the attendees suggested copies of the presentations and videos from the symposium be made available to everyone. We are happy to provide links for the Zoom sessions
Luther King House is more than the name of our college. It is also a daily reminder of values we honour, and by which we seek to live. From time to time those values become particularly pertinent.
Three cheers then for gravy and XBoxes, Laphraoig, and Lynx!