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  • Thu
    10
    Oct
    2019

    The Cost of Complacency: Are We Still Pro-Life?

    12:45 pmThe Round Church

    A talk and discussion with Denny Hertford of Vital Signs Ministries which asks the question, 'Are we still pro-life?'

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Foundations

Project Abstract

Foundations seeks to outline the fundamental commitments of a Christian philosophy. We will explore questions like, how do we arrive at real knowledge? What is the nature of reality? How does a civilisation work? Developing a coherent world and life view is essential to address contemporary issues. The foundations project aims to spell out and develop some of the key intellectual commitments of a robust Christian philosophy.

Email the Research Coordinator, Andrew Fellows:
andrew.fellows@christianheritage.org.uk

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