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Belief, lost and found: the unbelief cafe
25 November, 2017, 1:00 pm - 3:30 pmFree
Come along to the unbelief cafe for an afternoon of activities and talks exploring what it means to be an unorthodox believer or unbeliever in the modern world. Participants have the chance to share and discuss their own beliefs, and to learn more about belief and unbelief from leading experts in the field.
The place of religion in British people’s lives is changing and changing fast. Around half of the population say they have no religion, while many others are now exploring religious, spiritual and existential questions outside of traditional religious settings. If religious belief is not disappearing, it is certainly transforming and to understand it we need to consider not only what beliefs are being lost, but also what new beliefs people are finding through these dramatic processes of change.
This event is hosted by Understanding Unbelief at the University of Kent.
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