For the Love of God - Canberra | City Bible Forum

For the Love of God - Canberra

Documentary screening followed by Q&A with film-makers
18 Sep 2018, 6.30pm-8.30pm

Join us for a screening of For the Love of God, followed by Q&A with two of the film-makers: John Dickson and Natasha Moore.

Christian history offers plenty of ammunition to its critics. Christianity may be the wellspring for many of our most cherished values today, but Christians should be the first to admit that there’s been plenty of bloodshed along the way.

Crusades, inquisitions, witch hunts, the oppression of women ...

For the Love of God: How the church is better and worse than you ever imagined, a documentary by the Centre for Public Christianity, confronts the worst of what Christians have done - and also traces the origins of Western values like human rights, charity, humility, and non-violence back to the influence of Jesus.

This is not the history we think we know. Join us as we weigh up the good, the bad, the ugly - and the unexpected - impact Christianity has had on the world we live in.

Date Tuesday 18 September
Time 6:30pm - 8:30pm
Where Capitol Cinemas Manuka
6 Franklin St, Griffith, Canberra
Tickets

$22 Regular
$12 Your guests
$12 Concession

Contact us for group discounts

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About John Dickson and Natasha Moore

Dr John Dickson was the Founding Director of the Centre for Public Christianity and now is a Senior Consultant to CPX. He has a degree in theology and a PhD in ancient history. An ordained Anglican minister, he was a Research Fellow of the Department of Ancient History at Macquarie University (2005-17), a Visiting Academic in the Faculty of Classics at the University of Oxford (2017-18), and teaches a course on the Historical Jesus for the Department of Jewish Studies at the University of Sydney. He has hosted two nationally televised documentaries and authored more than a dozen books.

Dr Natasha Moore is a Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity. She has a PhD in English Literature from the University of Cambridge and is the author of Victorian Poetry and Modern Life: The Unpoetical Age, as well as editor of 10 Tips for Atheists … and other conversations in faith and culture. She has worked for CPX since 2014 and written for the mainstream media on topics that include books, movies, politics, food, domestic violence, Scripture in schools, war, Thanksgiving, and freedom of speech.

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We look forward to seeing you there!