Jonathan Chaplin is joining the Redcliffe Summer School during week two, to deliver a lecture explaining the distinctive contribution of Christian statesmen and movements to the founding of what was to become the European Union, assess the current performance of the EU against Christian political principles, and suggest how Christians can contribute a critical voice to the future development of the EU.
This event will be held at the Redcliffe Centre in the grounds of Gloucester Cathedral. This event will cost £5 which is payable on arrival, but space is limited and a guestlist will be in operation, so please sign up today to register for this event. The evening will last two hours, including interactive content and a fifteen minute interval for refreshments.
Dr Jonathan Chaplin is director of the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics, Cambridge.