Theology For All Workshop 2012


In recent decades a spirit of secularisation has enveloped British society. Its powerful effects have been felt in many spheres and have often left Christians feeling threatened, confused or irrelevant to public life.

At the Theology for All evening workshop at Tyndale House on 26th March 2012 guest speaker Paul Weston, lecturer in Mission, Apologetics and Western Culture at Ridley Hall College, helped us understand, assess and respond to the dramatic cultural changes that have been taking hold of our society.

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Rev. Dr. Paul Weston

The Reverend Dr Paul Weston, MA, MPhil, PhD, is Tutor in Mission and Homiletics. A Member of the College of Evangelists, he has led over 80 missions in parishes and universities both here and abroad. He has an MPhil in New Testament studies, and a PhD on the writings of Lesslie Newbigin. He chairs the editorial board of Anvil Journal, and the Management Council of the Gospel & Our Culture Network, UK.

His various publications include Why We Can't Believe, X-Ray: In-sight from outside, and Planning a Church Mission. His latest book, Lesslie Newbigin: Missionary Theologian - A Reader is published by SPCK in the UK and Eerdmans in the States. Paul enjoys mountaineering, climbing, photography, most sports, reading, and music.