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A Better Story: God, Sex, and Human Flourishing

September 14, 2019 $0 - 15
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Dates & Times

  • Sep 14, 2019
    10:00am - 3:00pm

Attendee Types

  • All Day
  • Morning Session
  • Afternoon Session
  • Youth Attendee
  • Child

About A Better Story: God, Sex, and Human Flourishing

The sexual revolution is one the biggest challenges facing Christians today. Some argue that classic biblical teaching about sex and marriage is finished as a force for good. Others say that Christians are oppressive and hateful. Even some Christians now believe that it is time to move on and bring our thinking up to date.

In these seminars we face up to the hard questions. For those of us still committed to classic biblical teaching on sex and marriage, do we have good news to share? If so, what does it look like? And in an increasingly hostile culture how can we begin to tell a better story of our own?

For more details on the conference, see our FAQ page.

Glynn Harrison was formerly Professor and Head of Department of Psychiatry, University of Bristol, where he was also a practicing Consultant Psychiatrist. He now speaks widely on issues at the interface between Christian faith and psychology, pastoral ministry and psychiatry. He and Louise are members of All Souls Church, Langham Place, London. His books A Better Story: God, Sex and Human Flourishing and Ego Trip: Finding Grace in a Culture of Self-Esteem are published by IVP/Zondervan

Suggested Donation: $10 for 1 session, $15 for both
* Optional Lunch available for $5 as space allows. Otherwise, there are many nearby, reasonably-priced restaurants. See our FAQ page for more info.
* Childcare will be provided, up through age 12 (Lunch included for children. See below for more details).

Hosted at
Christ the King Presbyterian Church in Cambridge, MA
99 Prospect St., Cambridge, MA 02139

Please note, there are only 4 parking spots on site. Please plan to find street parking, park at a nearby garage, or arrive by public transit.*

If you have any questions or comments, please visit our FAQ page, or feel free to email office@ctkcambridge.org.

* Lunch will be provided for children. For this reason, we ask that those bringing children register each child, complete with ages and any allergies, so that we can best care for each child.
* In order to best serve and care for your children and to ensure that we do not exceed our capacity for childcare, we have closed registration for children as of Friday, 9/6. However, if you would like to register and bring any children, please email office@ctkcambridge.org. We will still accept registrations via email so long as we have space to accommodate. Thank you for your understanding!