Younghusband Lecture: Rehumanising Public Space?
Thursday 16 November
Montagu Centre, 21 Maple Street, London, W1T 4BE
The World Congress of Faiths Younghusband Lecture 2017: Rehumanising Public Space? Can a renewed interest in religion, belief and spirituality contribute to political and civic regeneration? Are we living in a postsecular society or an age of radical new ethics? And where is the modern 'public square'? Professor Chris Baker, William Temple Professor of Religion and Public Life at Goldsmiths, University of London and Director of Research for the William Temple Foundation, will speak on the theme and Rabbi Professor Tony Bayfield CBE, DD (Cantuar), Professor of Jewish Theology and Thought at Leo Baeck College, will respond.
|Event held by||World Congress of Faiths|
|Important information||There will be a retiring collection in support of the World Congress of Faiths, which works to increase spiritual understanding through cooperation and dialogue for the benefit of society.|