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    The Doctrine of God for a Self-Obsessed Age

     

    Part II: The God Who is True to Himself

     

    with Andrew Fellows

     

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    Monday, October 25th at 7:30pm GMT

     

    The German philosopher Nietzsche predicted that the ‘death of God’ would lead to a culture of emptiness.  That has transpired and our voided age needs God. But which God? In this lecture series Andrew Fellows argues that the antidote is a deep engagement with the true and living God and that He alone is the way back to reality, stability, and true happiness.

     

    The nature of who God is means that He is always true to Himself. Contrary to what we believe, this is simply not possible for humans. In this lecture we will see that humans only become who they were meant to be in relation to the One who is the great 'I AM'.

     

    We hope you will consider joining us in person in the Round Church for this talk! If you are unable to come in person, you are very welcome to watch the livestream using the link below.

     

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