Seminar: Has our increasingly secularised society lost its sense of enchantment?

Redcliffe (Q) Explorers

At our gathering next Monday (7th March) the Redcliffe PCN Explorers will examine this question and the remedy proposed by Greg Sheridan in his full-page article in the December 18-19 edition of the Weekend Australian. Transcript very kindly provided by Caloundra Explorers leader Ken Williamson available on request.

Request article here.

Several of our group will provide their personal observations on different sections of Sheridan’s article, and we will consider the possible effect it might have on a young person or a non-Christian who’s interested in learning more about the faith, beliefs and history of Christianity.

Although there have been some water-related issues at Azure Blue during the past week, I’ve been told that there should be no problem with holding our meeting in the Activities Room as usual. So please join us on Monday (6 p.m. at 91 Anzac Ave., Redcliffe), noting that there will be someone to open the gate from about 5:50 p.m.

The Centre management requires us to be fully Covid-vaccinated, and the usual arrangements of mask-wearing, hand-sanitising etc. will apply. If you’re not a regular at our gatherings and would like more details, please feel free to give me a call on 0401 513 723.

Shalom,  Ian

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1 thought on “Seminar: Has our increasingly secularised society lost its sense of enchantment?

  1. Paul Inglis Post author

    I recall David Tacey’s book from years ago titled reenchantment which talked of reconnecting with the spiritual and nature. None of this from Greg S! Hard to believe his views have credence. Maybe I’m out of touch with current trends.
    Warm regards, Judy Lewis

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