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Thomistic Institute lecture: Trinity, Mystery, and the search for understanding
27th November: 7:30 pm - 9:00 pm GMT
A Thomistic Institute lecture by Prof Karen Kilby, Bede Professor of Catholic Theology at Durham University.
On Monday 27th November, the Oxford Chapter of the Thomistic Institute will host Prof Karen Kilby to speak on:
Trinity, mystery, and the search for understanding: reflections on the place of the intellect in the life of faith
This lecture will explore the relationship of the life of faith to the life of the mind through a reflection on Trinitarian theology. How can the complex technicalities of the doctrine (Persons, substance, processions, relations ,missions) possibly relate to the simplicity of faith? How, from the other side, can the appeal to mystery we often hear in connection with the Trinity be understood as anything other than a form of anti-intellectualism?
The lecture will begin at 7.30pm, and will be followed by refreshments. All are welcome!
Venue: Blackfriars, St Giles Oxford, OX1 3LY United Kingdom Array ( [lat] => 0 [lng] => 0 )