‘Dr Will Lamb will explore the way in which the language of the Book of Revelation has shaped the theological imagination in literature and poetry, film, music and art. The Book of Revelation has been described as the Bible’s ‘prime visionary text’ and a charter for “the Principle of Hope”. It can offer a radical and subversive perspective on situations of oppression and evil. It can inspire a renewed hope in God’s gracious purposes for the whole of creation. But its legacy is ambiguous. This same book has also been interpreted in ways that appear to collude with violence, terror and oppression. How do we learn to read this book with sensitivity and imagination?’
10am to 3pm on 18 March at St Endellion Church.
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