Common Good Lecture Series at Lincoln Cathedral

Jenny Sinclair

Together for the Common Good begins a new series of lectures at Lincoln Cathedral next Tuesday, June 7. The series explores how social theology helps churches and Christians play their part in spiritual and civic renewal, in terms of economy, work, nature, human freedom, social peace, politics and civic life. . T4CG Founder and Director, Jenny Sinclair, gives the introductory talk on the topic: ‘Just Responsibility?’

The lectures will be relevant to any thoughtful Christian and anyone else interested in civic and spiritual renewal. Lecturers from a range of traditions and extensive practical experience will draw on the gifts of Christian theology, particularly the body of thought known as Catholic social teaching.

The other confirmed conferences are:

Lord GlassmanPeer for Labor Life in the House of Lords and Professor of Politics at St Mary’s University, Director of the Common Good Foundation which is involved in local community organizing work in Grimsby.

Edward HadasFellow at Blackfriars Hall, Oxford, author of Counsels of Imperfection: Thinking Through Catholic Social Teaching, lecturer in moral economics and finance and freelance journalist formerly at Reuters Breakingviews.

Revd Dr. Malcolm Browndirector of mission and public affairs for the Church of England and visiting professor of theology and religious studies at the University of Winchester, author of Anglican Social Theology: Renewing the Vision Today.

Everyone is welcome. The organizers warmly invite anyone near Lincoln to come in person. All lectures will be held in person from 6:30-8:00 p.m. at Lincoln Cathedral, Minster Yard, Lincoln LN2 1PX. The recordings will then be on YouTube.

The series is sponsored by CCLA, a leading ethical investment management firm in the UK.

For more information and reservations see:

Or call Lincoln Cathedral on: 01522 561 600.

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