Professor Charles Taylor – ‘Theological Anthropology in the 21st Century’
Thursday 8 May and Friday 9 May 2014
5pm in Room A01, Highfield House, University Park, University of Nottingham
Charles Taylor is one of the leading philosophical theologians of our day and his lectures will be an attempt to assess where the Christian view of human beings stands today in relation to western secular civilisation.
Firth Lectures 
The Firth Memorial Lectureship was founded by the Reverend John d’ewe Evelyn Firth in memory of his father, John Benjamin Firth, Historian of Nottingham and his mother Helena Gertrude Firth. The lecturer is appointed biennially by the Council of the University on the recommendation of the Senate of the University, and under the terms of the Trust he delivers a public lecture or lectures on some aspect of the Christian Faith in relation to contemporary problems.
The first person to hold the Lectureship was the renowned theologian Paul Tillich and there has been a series of eminent theologians and philosophers who have included among others Baroness Warnock and Professor Jϋrgen Moltmann.