More Questions than Answers is a conversation space to articulate questions around COVID-19 & consider, with others, the theological issues it raises.
More Question than Answers is an experimental reflective space in which to consider the theological questions that are raised by the current crisis. Each time we meet, we invite different academics to kick off the conversation and stimulate our thinking by sharing their emerging reflections with us. There is then time for us to respond to their input and discuss together. At the end of the conversation, it’s likely we’ll still have more questions than answers but hopefully we’ll have captured some initial theological responses that, going forward, will enrich our experience, inform our questions and help frame our thinking.
Our last More Questions than Answers of 2021 is on Thursday November 25th (7:30-9:00). The conversation is with Lusa Nsenga-Ngoy who is the BAME (Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic) Mission and Ministry enabler for the Diocese of Leicester. He is passionate about justice, community organising and empowering people into leadership.
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You can watch the conversations from previous sessions.
October 2021: Jayme Reaves
September 2021: Ann Morisy
November 2020: Al Barrett