Invitation to Talk on Changing Role of Religion in British Society
Thursday, 20 September 2018
A renowned professor from the University of Worcester will give a public lecture on the changing role of religion in British society at the Hereford University Centre next week.
Stephen Parker, Professor of the History of Religion and Education at the University of Worcester, will examine the changing role of religion in Britain from the 19th century through to the modern day.
Professor Parker's talk will explore the role of religion in our civil and political lives, the extent to which Britain can still be said to be a "Christian country", and the role of the secular state in ensuring our society retains a degree of religious literacy.
The event, on Tuesday September 25th, is free of charge and open to the public, and takes place in the Events Suite at Herefordshire and Ludlow College, Hereford Campus, Folly Lane, Hereford, HR1 1LS.
Doors open at 4pm for a 4.15pm start, and the talk will finish by 5.30pm, with tea, coffee, and informal discussion to follow afterwards.
Contact the Hereford University Centre at Herefordshire and Ludlow college to book your place by email at StudentHUB@hlcollege.ac.uk or by phone on 01432 365 431
The Hereford University Centre is a joint venture between the University of Worcester and Herefordshire and Ludlow College. The University Centre aims to make a high quality contribution to aspiration and education in the region through the development of a range of engaging talks and activities, along-side the provision of excellent advice and guidance services for those wishing to explore the many opportunities available within higher education.
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