Topic: GOD AND GIRLS
Is the Christian faith a force for the oppression of women, or for their flourishing?
A lecture for Christians and sceptics, girls, women and men alike.
Date: Tuesday 28 March 2017 at 7.00 pm
Venue: Audrey Keown Theatre
PLC Sydney is very excited to have Amy Orr-Ewing as this year's guest speaker at the 2017 Pamela Nutt Address.
Amy is Director of Programmes at ‘The Oxford Centre’ and the UK Director for ‘RZIM Zacharias Trust’. She is a tutor at Wycliffe College and among the most prominent apologists in the UK today.
Amy gained a first class degree in Theology at Christ Church, Oxford University, before receiving a Masters degree in Theology at King’s College, London.
Amy has written two books exploring key questions in the validity of faith in the 21st Century. The first is ‘Is the Bible Intolerant?’ which was shortlisted for the 2006 UK Christian Book Awards. The second is ‘Is Believing in God Irrational?’ She has contributed to the books 'Beyond Opinion, God and the Generations and Worth Knowing: Wisdom for Women'.
Amy speaks and lectures on theology, philosophy and the role of faith in contemporary society worldwide, at events such as Keswick Convention, and the European Leadership Forum, Hungary.
She is being brought to Sydney by The Centre for Public Christianity, who are organising a public address in Sydney. She will also be a guest on ABC radio. PLC Sydney is one of three schools she is visiting. The other two are St Andrews Cathedral School and Abbotsleigh.
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We welcome Amy to PLC Sydney.