Free Public Lecture “Fake News and Fearless Speech” 1st June 2018

Newhaven Church is delighted, once again, to provide the venue for the Abbey Summer School, which runs this year from 30th May to 2nd June. There will be a free public lecture in the evening of Friday 1st June. Please see below for the announcement from the Summer School giving details for how to obtain tickets.

“This year, at the free Evening Public Lecture of The Abbey Summer School, we’re excited to hear Iwan Russell-Jones speaking on the subject of “Fake News and Fearless Speech: The Film-Maker’s Calling to Tell the Truth”. Iwan joined the faculty of Regent College in 2011 after a long career in broadcasting including many years at the BBC. The lecture will be held on Friday 1st June 2018 at 7.30pm in the main hall at Newhaven Church.

To register for tickets please follow the link below

Eventbrite

The Abbey Summer School is a venture in Scotland that offers Christian teaching and nourishment to all who like to think about their faith. Now in its fourth year, The Abbey seeks to address core elements of Christian faith that speak in a particularly direct way to our present cultural moment, and to do this with theological and spiritual depth and integrity. In doing so, our aim is to reach towards something of the integration of thought and emotion, head and heart, spirituality and theology. The free evening public lecture is a great way to come and experience The Abbey for yourself and hear some of the excellent teaching on offer.”

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