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About us

At Thinking Faith we are passionate about using our minds and imaginations to release the wisdom of the Christian faith into the world as a force for good.

We want to work with others to:

  • create spaces where people can think deeply and creatively about the important issues of our day.
  • help discipleship and evangelism become more engaging and effective.
  • provide insight and direction for our daily work, mission and social action.
The Bible in six acts - logo
Monday 12th September 2016Monday 19th September 2016Monday 26th September 2016Monday 3rd October 2016Monday 10th October 2016Monday 17th October 2016

How does the whole Bible story unfold, from Genesis to Revelation?

Packed with new ideas, real-life stories, discussion, prayer and worship, this course will help you to read the big story of the Bible in a fresh light and understand how you can live out your faith in day-to-day life. 

     
Celebrity Culture, Trafficking and Responsible Citizenship - logo
Thursday 20th October 2016

Natalie Dylan attempted to auction her virginity to pay for a Masters degree in Family and Marriage therapy. Bidding went as high as £2.5 million. Has Natalie become a commodity?

     
Re-imagining Church - logo
Saturday 29th October 2016

Building, Body of Christ, institution, gathering, bride, event, community, family, priesthood of all believers, organism… what exactly is the Church?

     

Is the Duke of Edinburgh a god?

There are people on the island of Tanna in the South Pacific Ocean who worship Prince Philip, the gaffe-prone husband of Queen Elizabeth as a god. The duke once shocked a student during a visit to China by saying: "If you stay here much longer, you will go home with slitty eyes." Tragically many of the islanders living on Tanna used to worship Jesus but they have exchanged the Prince of Peace for Phil the Greek. Do you think that the Duke of Edinburgh can forgive your sins, grant you eternal life and save you from the perils of hell. It's worth thinking about.

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