Considering culture as a garden not a battlefield

Our world can seem like a hostile and conflicted place. Some are fearful, and many find themselves entangled in arguments. As Christians, we can approach life differently. Join Natasha Moore, Centre of Public Christianity as she considers engaging with our culture with generosity and confidence. Instead of engaging in conflict, we can choose to cultivate our culture with generosity and kindness. We can bravely share our faith with hope amidst difficult conditions.

Bring together half a table or more and enjoy great company and food. Ask your questions as we consider culture as a garden, not a battlefield.

Friday 23 June, 6.00pm - 9.15pm, Cost: $59 Single, $55 Concession and young workers, $54 each for a table of 6.

Speaker Bio

Dr Nathasha Moore is a Senior Research Fellow at the Centre for Public Christianity. She has a PhD in English Literature from the University of Cambridge and is the author of, 'For the Love of God: How the Church is Better and Worse that You Ever Imagined', and, most recently 'The Pleasures of Pessimism.' She has written about topics including movies, politics, food, domestic violence, war, thanksgiving and freedom of speech.