This year’s Lent Lecture was presented on Zoom by Amy Boucher Pye, the author of our Lent study book The Prayers of Jesus.
Clare Amos, who wrote a Lent course at the invitation of Churches Together in Britain and Ireland, found her own heart first ‘burned’ by scripture many, many years ago. After studying theology at Cambridge University, she was privileged to spend two years learning at the École Biblique et Archéologique Francaise Jerusalem. An Anglican by church affiliation, Clare was fortunate enough to be awarded an ecumenical scholarship to study at the École Biblique, which has played a significant role in the… [Continue Reading]
Dr Muthuraj Swamy reflects on Jesus’ conversations during the Holy Week ‘And from that day no-one dared to ask him any more questions’ Dr Swamy is Director of the Cambridge Centre for Christianity Worldwide, and Project Manager for Theological Education for Mission in the Anglican Communion. He was a theological educator in India, and the author of ‘Reconciliation’, the Archbishop of Canterbury’s Lent book 2019.
His Honour Anthony Seys Llewellyn QC looks at the judge’s perspective on the evidence for Jesus’ actions in his last days, and indeed for his very existence as an historical figure.