St Augustine's Theological Symposium "Power & Spirit" Professor Chris Baker
10:45am Arrivals and coffee (Undercroft)
11:15am Power & Spirit (CCCU Chapel)
1pm Lunch (Undercroft)
2:15pm Power & Spirt (CCCU Chapel)
3:30pm Tea (Undercroft)
4-5pm Panel Discussion (CCCU Chapel)
Please note that a photographer will be taking pictures. If you do not wish to appear in any photos please notify us in advance, and on the day, ask the photographer where best to sit to avoid being in the shot.
Arrivals and directions - there is no parking on site. The Undercroft is located on the St Augustine's campus of King's School. You will need enter and register via Fyndon's Gate
Chris William Temple Professor of Religion and Public Life and Director of the William Temple Foundation. He has degrees in both English Language and Literature (BA Hons, Manchester University), Theology (B.Th, M.Th University of Southampton and University of London) and Religion and Urban Planning (PhD, Manchester University). His work focuses on the impact of religion and belief on public life, at both theoretical and empirical levels, and is interdisciplinary focusing on spatial and built environments, political economy, community development and local government policy, wellbeing and flourishing and the work-based and business environment. His work also explores the changing dynamic of faith-based organisations and communities, and is rooted in both theological as well as social scientific disciplines. Major themes in his work include spiritual capital and postsecularity. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
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