Talk at Ealing Abbey parish tomorrow

Tomorrow evening, I will be at Ealing Abbey parish to speak on the subject of "Christ the Unique and Universal Saviour - as outlined in Dominus Iesus." This is the last in a series of Lenten talks and will take place at 8pm in the Abbey Hall. All are welcome.

I will examine how Dominus Iesus affirms that the salvific will of the Triune God is accomplished once and for all in the incarnation, death and resurrection of Jesus Christ. I will explore what it means to call Christ our Saviour and Redeemer and why the Church has affirmed the uniqueness and universality of salvation in Christ. I will also consider what the Church's teaching implies for our dialogue with people of other faiths and none.

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