This is a course for all participants: participants are invited to chose two
of the other three courses.
Fr Crampsey will be looking at what is the nature of a parable and what did Jesus intend by telling these stories?
He will help the whole group consider these timeless stories of Jesus from Scripture.
The scientific quest seeks to study the mechanisms that govern living beings, societies and the universe itself; but at the deepest level it seeks that which is far beyond any of these.
A look at the interplay between faith and reason, theology and science.
Is Religion Incompatible with Science?
What does Science Really Seek?
Finding the Logos in the World.
We live in a time of unprecedented change which is providing new challenges to the Church.
Is the model of Catholic Church that has served us well since the Restoration of the Hierarchy in 1878 sustainable?
What are the pastoral needs of today?
Can the Church respond creatively?
This course will look at the current European Union crisis, exploring how to interpret the signs of the times from a specifically Christian and Ignatian perspective. Is there more to the European Project than the financial aspect that the British media almost exclusively focus on? The principle of countries working together also has implications for Scotland as part of the United Kingdom.
The Living Theology Course offers a weekend of serious, yet lively study on
topics of interest relating to Scripture, religious tradition, faith, morals,
Friday 6.30pm – 9pm Saturday and Sunday 9.30am – 5pm
We suggest an offering of £45. If you find this too much, then please offer what you can afford.
This Course is non-residential, but hotel accommodation is available within three blocks of the ISC in Scott Street.
Four nearby hotels bookable online are the Adelaide Baptist Church Guest House, the very basic Easyhotel, the simple Travelodge and the more upmarket, Doubletree by Hilton (formerly Glasgow City Hotel formerly Thistle Hotel) See link below for details: