Following Andrew Turner’s comments about homosexuality, Green Party co-leader Jonathan Bartley told the Huffington Post, “There’s no place for these prehistoric pronouncements in our politics. It’s astounding that in this day and age we’re hearing reports of an MP spreading such hatred”.
Daniel shares details of this upcoming event. Ed
The co-leader of the national Green Party of England and Wales, Jonathan Bartley, will appear at the Apollo Theatre on the afternoon of Saturday 13th May, beginning at 2pm.
Entitled “All this Beauty is of God: Faith in Green politics”, this discussion follows the resignation of Andrew Turner and controversy over Christian teaching on homosexuality.
Members of all faith communities are invited to attend and join the discussion.
Jonathan co-founded Ekklesia, an independent, not-for-profit Christian think-tank in 2002. In 2008 he co-founded the Accord Coalition, which campaigns for desegregation in religious schools.
Jonathan is a regular contributor to BBC One’s The Big Questions, and has contributed to BBC Radio 4’s Thought for the Day and The Moral Maze, ITV1’s The Moral of the Story, and The Church Times.
Tickets for the event are free, and are available on a first come, first served basis from Eventbrite.