Latest edition of CITYtheology magazine - Winter publication
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Our Winter CITYtheology is a special one as it is completely focused on the 2020 Bursary which brought together visual artist, Phill Hopkins, and theologian, Dr Charlotte Naylor Davis, at the start of the year to create visual and reflective resources. The culmination of this project is the ‘House of Questions’ exhibition which we planned to launch in November at the Church of the Epiphany, Leeds. With the announcement of the national lockdown from 5th November, we have had to postpone the ‘House of Questions’ exhibition until 2021. It is disappointing to have got so close to the culmination of the bursary for everyone involved, but we anticipate we can plan the launch in the New Year.
In this enclosed edition of CITYtheology, Charlotte reflects in some depth on the role of questions and questioning, inviting us to encounter the tension between what we believe and what we are experiencing. It draws on questions asked by Leeds people, and includes church responses to Black Lives Matter, as well as illness and suffering during the pandemic.
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