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SOF 2019

We alone create our religion and our faith

SOF 2019: The Forum

The forums sessions during the conference will each be a mixture of workshops, seminars, and discussion groups. Further details will be published here during the next few months. A complete list and a booking form will be available two weeks before the conference.

Attendees will be able to book places in advance, and, with a choice of at least five in each session, there should be something for everybody. Subjects will be mostly, but not exclusively, on the theme of the conference.

Some workshop and other events are already planned*, but if you have any ideas for either please let us know in the space on the back of your booking form and we will get in touch. Suggesting a subject for a workshop doesn't commit you to running it, but if you haven't run a workshop before and would like to try, there's plenty of help on hand if you need it.

To find out more email  enquiries@sofconference.org.uk

* These are some of the subjects for forum sessions that have so far been proposed:

Wittgenstein’s Tractatus Logico-Philosophicus: Elementary Propositions

Story-telling and Faith

The Existential Crisis in Gerard Manley Hopkins’ “Terrible Sonnets.”

Genital mutilation of children, non-stun animal slaughter and other issues of “religious freedom”.’

The state of the earth’s environment.  Where are we now?  What can we do about it?

Humanity for all: Opportunity provided by the RE Commission recommendations for a national course in RE and worldviews

Outlooks and Attitudes: Is it so bad to be a pessimist?

Hermeneutics – with particular reference to the interpretation of the Bible by the Religious Society of Friends

Words, words, words!

Religious Naturalism

Seen and Unseen: Is there an ultimate reality?   

Does a gay sensibility help us in appreciating a non-realist theology?

Iris Murdoch and the Fantastic Vicar:  some aspects of religion in her novels

SoF and Social Media: Sea of Faith for C21st