KST is excited to present an opportunity to further your theological learning with a set of day-long modules. These are for all King’s Theology graduates and theologically minded leaders, and are an opportunity to engage with the bible and contemporary issues, as well as connect with KST life and students. They will include high quality tutors and discussion to develop your theological thinking.
TOPIC: Living as the People of God: Christian Ethics for a Broken World
TUTOR: Roy McCloughry
WHEN: 25th November 2017, 9AM – 6PM
WHERE: The Riverside Centre, Derby DE24 8HY
COST: £40 including lunch & dinner
Join us for this special day event for leaders and alumni, exploring Christian Ethics with expert Roy McCloughry.
In an increasingly post-Christian society, it has never been more important to engage Christianly with ethical dilemmas. Ethics gives us a framework for unpacking difficult questions. This equipping day-course will outline a Christian framework for tackling ethical questions, and explore issues around disability and other practical case studies. It will give you plenty to chew on and apply to other areas of life.
Roy will outline a framework for engaging with ethics in a Christian way, and work this out in a number of ‘case studies’ taking in personhood, disability and a global politics. He will explore the rise of authoritarianism, popularism and the failure of consumerism.
- Part A: A framework for engaging with ethics
- Part B: Personhood through the eyes of disability
- Part C: Living in a big wide world – why is May in Downing Street and Trump in the White House?
We are delighted to welcome Roy back to KST. Roy is a tutor in Personal and Social Ethics at St John’s College, Nottingham, National Disability Advisor to the Church of England, Chairman of Lion Hudson Publishers and author of over 14 books.
Provisional Future Dates for KST+:
- 7th April 2018 (Oxford)
- 24th November 2018 (Derby)