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Podcast: Theology Slam 2021: the finalists’ talks

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19 March 2021

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Clockwise from top: Alianore Smith, co-host of the final; Imogen Ball; Joshua House; Flo O’Taylor

Clockwise from top: Alianore Smith, co-host of the final; Imogen Ball; Joshua House; Flo O’Taylor

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This week’s podcast features talks from the final of the Theology Slam 2021, which took place online on Thursday evening.

The first talk is by Imogen Ball, a final year ordinand and MA student at Trinity College Bristol, speaking on “Creativity in a time of pandemic”. She is followed by Joshua House, a recent theology graduate from the University of Leeds who is now a trainee RE teacher, and who speaks on “Community in a time of pandemic”. The final talk is by Flo O’Taylor, a Ph.D. student at Durham University, on “Justice in a time of pandemic”.

Theology Slam is a competition to find engaging young voices who think theologically about the contemporary world. Its organised jointly by the Church Times, SCM Press, and the London Institute for Contemporary Christianity.

Read more about the final, and find out the winner, here.

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