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From the Big Bang to God

St Andrew's Trust for the Study of Religion and Society is delighted to be hosting the book launch of Sir Lloyd Geering's latest book From the Big Bang to God. 

When: 5.30 pm for 6-7pm Wednesday May 29

Where:  St Andrew’s on The Terrace, 30 The Terrace

Launched by : Dr Hamish Campbell

At 95, theologian Sir Lloyd Geering continues his lifelong inquiry into the nature of the divine and the human.  Geering’s latest book, From Big Bang to God, covers, in the first half of the book, the Series of lectures in 2012 entitled Evolution: the real Genesis which encompassed the emergence of the universe through to the emergence of humankind.  The second half of this new book sets the scene for this year’s series of four lectures which will cover the emergence of human thought through to the emergence of God and beyond.

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