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Book Club

Oakwood Book Club is for those who  are interested in books, theology, faith, talking!


Working with LCI, the Leeds Church Institute, we’re bringing opportunities to discuss books relating to specific issues, or of particular personal interest

 

What happens... someone is passionate about a book; we hear from that individual about the book and conversation flows. Some have read the book and contribute, others engage with the ideas, others are inspired to go away and read it


We usually meet from 19.30 to 21.00 in the Sanctuary at Oakwood Church on one Tuesday of each month but please check the Calendar before travelling


Do you have a book that has made a difference to your faith - one that you would like to share?


If so please

 




Note There is usually a copy of each book to be discussed (and those previously discussed) available to borrow from the book shelves at the back of the Sanctuary… but you don’t have to read the book before coming along to a meeting

Contact

Kathryn Fitzsimons

Tel

0113 225 6702

Email

cofepriest@oakwoodchurch.info


Spring Programme



Tuesday 23 January - 19.30 to 21.00

Demetia: Living in the Memories of God

by John Swinton

Discussion led by Dr Helen Reid


Tuesday 20 February - 19.30 to 21.00

Who Chose the Gospels?

Probing the Great Gospel Conspiracy

by Charles E Hill

Discussion led Rev Steve Allen



Books previously read / discussed include


Body

by Paula Gooder


Arthur’s Call

by Frances Young


Paradoxology

by Krish Khandia


Quantum Theology

by Diarmuid O’Murchu


Should we live forever?

by Gilbert Meilaender


Primal Vision

by John V. Taylor


Jesus for President Politics for Ordinary Radicals

by Shane Claiborne and Chris Haw


Children in the Bible: A fresh approach

by Anne Richards


Saving Jesus from the Church: How to Stop Worshiping Christ and Start Following Jesus

by Robin R. Myers


Biblical Authority After Babel

by Kevin J Vanhoozer


How Then Shall We Live

by Samuel Wells


Free of Charge: Giving and Forgiving

in a Culture Stripped of Grace

by Miroslav Volf