What is God? That’s a very big question and we plan to spend the whole year exploring it. There will be three Gatherings and two Book Studies addressing this question from different angles.
First Gathering 8 May With or without God: Why the way we live is more important than what we believe
John Everall will lead a virtual Q & A session with Rev Gretta Vosper, who he met in Canada.
First book study 19 July—23 August
Starting all over again? Yes or No? by George Stuart, author of Singing a new song
Second gathering 11 September Ways Christians see God
Back by popular demand, Rev Dr Lorraine Parkinson, who now lives on the Redcliffe Peninsula
Second book study 11 October—15 November
Our benevolent cosmos: embracing the mystery of life by John Humphreys
John is a member of our group and his book blends together his career in science, technology and innovation, his personal journey, his interest in research and his love of literature.
Third Gathering 20 November Our benevolent cosmos
John Humphreys wraps up our exploration of What is God?
Our planning group is excited about this program, and I will email you details throughout the year.
All power to you and your fellow explorers, Ken.
In passing, you might like to check out Lloyd Geering’s CHRISTIANITY WITHOUT GOD.
I have a spare copy of CHRISTIANITY WITHOUT GOD and happy to post to you if you want it Ken.
Faith and the Concept of God
This small book by Bob Ridley is available at the link including a foreword by Rev. Dr Lorraine Parkinson.
It is free to copy or download
It may be an aid to discussion and comments are welcome