London: Philosophy on Tap 2017

Philosophy on Tap 2017 is a series of talks on Philosophy and Religion with distinguished speakers held in bars around London's East End. They are a great opportunity for people to meet others, share with their friends and enjoy some drinks while listening and engaging with an interesting topic. Venues are open from 6.30pm and talks start at 7.30pm. Following the talk, the evening continues with beer and cheer. Come and enjoy a nice spring evening!

Dates and speakers

29th May 2017: The Captain Kidd, Wapping.
Fr Andrew Pinsent
, Director of the Ian Ramsey Centre, Oxford 'Is there an inconsistency between Christianity and Science, either in method or findings?'

Fr Andrew Pinsent is Research Director of the Ian Ramsey Centre for Science and Religion at Oxford University, a Research Fellow of Harris Manchester College and a member of the Faculty of Theology and Religion at Oxford. He is also a priest of the diocese of Arundel and Brighton in England.

5th June 2017: The Turks Head, Wapping. Fr Stephen Wang, 'Five reasons for not believing in God.'
Fr Stephen Wang is currently Senior University Chaplain in Westminster Diocese. He is Dean of Studies and Lecturer at Allen Hall Seminary. He is the author of Aquinas and Sartre, A Way of Life for Young Catholics, How to Discover Your Vocation, and The New Evangelisation. He has recently published The Christian Faith: A Mini-Catechism for Adults.

26th June 2017: Stepney City Farm, Stepney. Dr William Wood, Oriel College, Oxford 'Can miracles happen?'
Dr William Wood is Moody Fellow and Tutor in Theology at Oriel College, Oxford. His research interests include Anselm, Aquinas and Blaise Pascal. He is a scholar, a gentleman and an American.

Tickets (£5) are available on or at the door.

For more information see: Email: [email protected] Tel: 02074887325

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