Peace, Love, and Misunderstanding
In association with Hodder & Stoughton
In an evening of music & conversation
Exploring Christian identity in a multi-faith world
(and a journey from hostility to hospitality)
Author, speaker, activist, public theologian and regular Greenbelt speaker Brian McLaren takes the stage to explore the ideas at play in his new book, Why Did Jesus, Moses, the Buddha, and Mohammed Cross the Road?
Over six nights, in six different cities up and down the country, Brian will outline his vision for a Christian faith that must move beyond a history of defining itself over-against others and towards an engagement with and respect for other faiths – one that is hospitable rather than hostile.
Brian will be joined in each city by a faith leader from a faith tradition other than Christianity, as well as a special guest artist.
Details as follows:
Friday 30th November 19.30 – Regimental Chapel in Manchester Cathedral – Tickets available on the door (CASH & CHEQUE ONLY – no card payments)
With conversation with Robert Cohen and music from Jasmine Kennedy.
Saturday 1st December 19.30 – The Simpson Room, CastleGate – Tickets available on the door (CASH & CHEQUE ONLY – no card payments)
With conversation with Professor Mona Siddiqui and music from Gareth Davies-Jones.
Tuesday 4th December 19.30 – The Small Hall in the Central Hall – Tickets available on the door (CASH & CHEQUE ONLY – no card payments)
With conversation with Mohammed Ansar and music from Miriam Jones.
We’re pleased to be working with Hodder & Stoughton to bring Brian to the UK. If he’s new to you, then explore some of the links below to discover why we’re so excited.
If you want to know what to expect on the night, check out this video where Brian talks about Christian identity and the other.
“There are so many reasons to be ashamed of the label “Christian” these days. One reason that my shame is not completely crippling is because of a one man army for decency, compassion and common sense— author, raconteur and all around lovely person Brian McLaren”
Read Frank Schaeffer’s review of Brian’s latest book »
In this mini-talk from Greenbelt 2011, McLaren talks the four biggest problems facing the world today: the planet, poverty, peace and…
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