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Tom Wright: Simply Good News

Wednesday 21st October 2015 7pm - 8pm 107 Charing Cross Road Free Event

Join world-renowned New Testament scholar Tom Wright as he delivers this companion talk to his recent book Simply Good News: Recovering the Revolutionary Biblical Gospel.

A hugely popular theologian and Biblical scholar, Wright has been heralded as an heir to C S Lewis. His extensive bibliography expertly straddles the academic and the accessible, and the retired Anglican bishop is equally renowned for his eloquent and captivating public speaking.

Aimed at believers, agnostics and atheists, Simply Good News is Wright's introduction to the message of the Gospel, narrating its historical reception by the original first-century audience and how that message is received today. Asking how two-thousand-year-old stories of damnation and violence can be considered Good News, Wright argues for a contemporary reappraisal of the Christian message in light of what it means for us today.

Answering audience questions and signing copies of Simply Good News, Wright presents an evening of insightful and accessible discussion that'll be sure to get you thinking.

Venue: The Auditorium, Level 6

Tickets: SORRY - CANCELLED

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