‘God Will Not Be Mocked’ – God, Humour and Christianity
From Team Parish of St Luke in the City Liverpool
As part of our long running St Bride’s Public Theology lecture series, Fergus Butler-Gallie presented a lecture entitled ‘God Will Not Be Mocked’ – God, Humour and Christianity. In it he discusses what being creatures who laugh might mean for our view of God, the follies of humanity and the particular charism of the Church of England.
A St Bride’s Public Theology Lecture hosted on Zoom.
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