The Gonzaga Lecture Series was launched in the mid- 1990s with a view to providing a forum for exploration and discussion of themes in contemporary Theology and society. They typically take place during Lent and over the years we have been lucky to welcome a range of speakers from across the globe.
This year, the theme of the lectures is 'Encountering the Divine' and we are thrilled to welcome the following guest speakers:
Young Catholics: the problem or the solution?
Scotland is one of many Western countries demonstrating a decline in Church attendance, especially among the young, with many asking Thomas Groome’s question of the next generation, “Will there be faith?” How can we challenge and equip our young Catholics to become the solution, not the problem, to the future of the Church?
Knowing Allah Through the Divine Names
A Muslim theologians' reflections on the possibility of knowing and naming the Divine. Dr Saeed provides us with an overview of the significance of the name Allah and the implications of its reputed linguistic origins, discussing Ghazali's approach to the Divine Names as ways of knowing and reforming the self.
The lectures will be held at the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons, 232-242 St Vincent Street, Glasgow, G2 5RJ
Admission is free
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