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Can life have meaning without God? Public debate

Date

01 March 2017

Time

7pm - 9.30pm

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Lecture

A public debate between Andrew Copson (CEO of the British Humanist Association) and Andy Bannister (Director of the Solas Centre for Public Christianity) to explore what is arguably the biggest question of all. 

Both speakers are eminently qualified to address the issues, albeit from very different perspectives, in what promises to be a culturally enriching and thought-provoking evening.

There will be opportunities for audience participation during the debate through a Q&A session. If possible, please submit questions beforehand to: d.m.buzza@hull.ac.uk.

Waterstones will be running a book table on the evening at discounted rates.

The arts cafe facilities will be open from 6pm to 10pm for refreshments before and after the event.

Reviews

Martin Reynolds

This was an excellent debate. An important subject with very good national speakers. Faith, belief and world-views are a significant element of the culture we live in and create. So this was especially appropriate for the Hull City of Culture year. But it would be really good to see this as just the first of many such debates - part of the continuing legacy of the year of culture. It was well supported and some who would have come were unable to do so. The quality of both the presentations, the responses and dealing with questions was done in a clear, courteous and helpful way. The differences of view were handled well between the speakers so that the audience could appreciate the pros and cons of both perspectives.

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Melvin Tinker

An intelligent, well mannered and important debate.
This is the sort of activity we would like to see more of with the University opening their doors to the wider public. First rate!

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