How Jesus influenced what it means to be a human being

Edwin Judge interviewed by Tony-Golsby-Smith

What does it mean to be a human being?
What does it mean to be a good human being?’

Edwin will challenge some of our basic assumptions around these 2 central questions. He will challenge the view that the immortality of the soul is a basic Christian belief, and the view that all values are much the same and arise from mere common sense.

This is the the 3rd climatic talk in the trilogy given to us by Professor Edwin Judge. In his first talk he began with a big picture of the cosmos, then he took it down a level to society in our second talk. In his third and final talk Edwin will bring it home to the individual, and the human heart.


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