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South Chatham Public Lectures


June 11th 2017

How should Christians treat Animals?

Daryl Booth and Professor David Clough

Few Christians realize that their faith has a long history of concern for animals, and that Christians were at the forefront of campaigns against animal cruelty in the nineteenth century. What does Christian faith mean for how Christians treat animals today, particular in our use of them for food?

Details of the 2015-2016 Public Lecture Series have been announced and can be found here.

When? The second Sunday of each month at St William's Church, Walderslade Village, ME5 9LR

Doors open from 6pm for a 6.30pm start, finishing at 8pm.

Admission is FREE and open to all.

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