Building Your Own Theology

Location: Kensington Unitarians (aka Essex Church) Notting Hill Gate London W8 4RT
Start Date: 01 October, 2009 at 07:15
Finish Date: 01 October 2009 at 09:00
Leader: jblackall (View profile)
Cost: £Free

Building Your Own Theology ('BYOT') provides a strong framework for personal exploration.  It does not provide answers but it does ask important questions of us – how do we make ethical choices, what gives our life meaning, what do I really think about human nature, what is Ultimate Reality for me?

As places are limited you will need to book a place on this course and commit yourself to regular attendance – we hope participants will be able to make at least 5 of the 8 sessions - so please get in touch nice and early to get your name down

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Building Your Own Theology ('BYOT') provides a strong framework for personal exploration.  It does not provide answers but it does ask important questions of us – how do we make ethical choices, what gives our life meaning, what do I really think about human nature, what is Ultimate Reality for me?

BYOT is one of the best known Unitarian religious education courses for adults.  It was designed by its author Richard S Gilbert to help individuals understand, develop and articulate their values in a supportive group setting. Its central idea, that as religious liberals we must still work to develop our own personal beliefs and values, is as valid today as it was when the course was first published back in 1978, and with course materials that have been updated and ‘anglicized’, 

As places are limited you will need to book a place on this course and commit yourself to regular attendance – we hope participants will be able to make at least 5 of the 8 sessions - so please get in touch nice and early to get your name down.
 

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