The Rev'd Geoffrey Anketell Studdert-Kennedy, MA, MC, was probably the most well-known Church of England priest at the end of the Great War. His preaching and poems spoke for and to a nation whose divisions over class were laid bare by the war to which situation Kennedy fearlessly proclaimed the radical claims of the kingdom lived by his Lord, Jesus Christ.
In this address, interspersed with some of Studdert Kennedy's poems, the Rev'd Dr Sherlock offers an insight into his theology, ministry and disturbing life.
||Thursday 25 June, 2015
||7.30 – 9.30 pm
||St Peter's Hall, Eastern Hill
||$15 (concession: $12)
The Rev'd Dr Charles Sherlock|
Charles Sherlock has taught theology and liturgy for over four decades, principally at Ridley College, Melbourne, and in the United Faculty of Theology. He was a member of the Liturgy Commission which drafted A Prayer Book for Australia, has been a member of ARCIC (Anglican-Roman Catholic International Commission) since 1991, and is an Honorary Research Fellow of the University of Divinity. A widely published author, Charles has written several books and many articles, and lives in Trentham near Bendigo in active retirement with his spouse and co-theologian, the Rev'd Dr Peta Sherlock.
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