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St Albans Cathedral / Events / Wed 06 May 2020

Destructive Creation and Social Isolation in 'Frankenstein'

Destructive Creation and Social Isolation in 'Frankenstein'

Mary Shelley's gothic masterpiece is a cautionary tale that warns of the perils of ego, vanity, and selfishness.
Viewed through a Christian lens, it can also serve as a reflection on what it means to be created by a God who intends us for loving interaction with one another. In the light of the COVID-19 pandemic, this talk will reflect upon what we – as people and as a society – need in order to thrive, and how God’s people should be looking to the future.

This evening revisits a talk made last year, and adds a new reflection in light of our present time.

Tutor: The Rev'd Peter Godden, Tutor in Literature and Theology

Venue: Online via Zoom

Price: £10 (students £6)

Date and time: Wednesday 6 May, 7.30-9pm. Participants may join the talk from 7pm.

As this talk will be hosted over Zoom, participants will need access to a computer/laptop/tablet/phone which has audio in order to be able to hear.

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