Ancient Philosophy for Quakers

Start Date
12th October 2020
End Date
21st November 2020


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What can Quakers learn from Ancient Greek and Latin Philosophy for living faithfully in today’s complex world?

This course explores perennials of Quaker Faith and Testimony through a rich series of extended dialogues between Classical Philosophers and famous Quakers. Each week, learners will be introduced to familiar personalities from the Quaker past through the lens of an ancient author. The object of this learning style is to help participants explore the Quaker Way with fresh eyes.

This course comprises of:

  • Live speaker sessions
  • Written and visual materials
  • A private discussion forum

Live sessions are on Mondays at 19:00-20:40

Ben Wood was recently a Lecturer in Theology and Religious Studies at Leeds Trinity. His interests include theological ethics, Quaker history and philosophies of knowledge.

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