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The Theology Public Lecture Programme at Swansea University was first set up by the Reverend Nigel John, Senior Chaplain at the University and has featured internationally respected Church leaders and world renowned academics who have spoken on a whole range of different topics.
Title: Why not torture terrorists?
Speaker: The Reverend Roy Jenkins, Baptist Minister, journalist, broadcaster, and chair of ‘Christians Against Torture’.
Date: Tuesday 6 November
Venue: Callaghan Lecture Theatre, Swansea University
Admission: Admission is free and all welcome
Summary: This lecture will be given by the Rev. Jenkins, a Baptist minister and broadcaster who has been the presenter of BBC Radio Wales award winning programme, ‘All things considered’ since 1992.
The Rev. Jenkins is also the Chair of ‘Christians Against Torture’ an organisation which encourages Christians of all traditions to work and pray for the abolition of torture and the care of victims.
Contact details: For more information please contact the Reverend Nigel John, Senior Chaplain, Swansea University. Tel: 01792 205678 Ext:. 4442. E-Mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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