Christians and healthcare - should we leave it to the state?
Venue: Senior Common Room, St Mary's University.
This lecture will look at the role of Christians in the provision of healthcare and the move in the post-war period to a position, in many countries, where Christian denominations are bit-part-players.
The lecture, which will be deliberately polemical and controversial in order to create constructive discussion, will argue that there are a number of reasons why Christian groups should return to their former role of being major providers of healthcare and, indeed, they should regard the provision of healthcare as every bit as important as the provision of Christian education.
Tickets are free but please register due to room capacity.
Tea and Coffee from 5.30pm
Prof Philip Booth
Professor of Finance, Public Policy and Ethics and Dean of Faculty of Education, Humanities and Social Sciences, St Mary's University
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