Join New York writer, critic and scholar Alissa Wilkinson, along with a panel of leading Christian thinkers and creatives for a unique evening of conversation about re-imagining Christian public engagement.
Our panel will include Alissa Wilkinson (2017 ADM Visiting Fellow), Michael Jensen (Rector, St Mark’s Darling Point), Scott Stephens (Editor, ABC Religion & Ethics) and Jenny Ihn (Artist). There will also be performances and interviews on the night.
This event will be run under Chatham House Rule and will not be recorded. Join us on the night to be part of the conversation.
Time: Refreshments from 5.30pm. Panel starts at 6.30pm.
Date: Tues 10th October, 2017
Location: ADM Offices, Kent St, Sydney, Level One St Andrew's House, 464-480 Kent Street, Sydney, NSW 2000
For a long time, religion wasn’t a topic of concern on our screens and stages. In the past few years, that’s changed — but it doesn’t look like most people were expecting. Why are we suddenly obsessed with religion?
ADM’s 2017 Visiting Fellow, New York writer, critic and scholar Alissa Wilkinson, will take a tour through contemporary pop culture, uncovering the religious questions at the heart of our movies and TV shows.
DATE: THURSDAY 12 OCTOBER
LOCATION: ST ANDREW’S CATHEDRAL, SYDNEY
TIME: 7.30PM START
PROUDLY SUPPORTED BY CENTRE FOR PUBLIC CHRISTIANITY (CPX)