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‘Fierce Imaginings’: What hope for a New Jerusalem One Hundred Years on from the Great War?

The Great War was talked of as ‘The War to end Wars’. The past 100 years have proven that claim false. As we approach the centenary of the Armistice, Rachel Mann explores the Christian and cultural resources we have to glimpse signs of a New Jerusalem in a troubled world.


4.00pm Friday 16th February 2018


Rachel Mann

Rachel Mann is a priest, writer and poet. Formerly Resident Poet at Manchester Cathedral, she is the author of four books including the bestselling memoir, ‘Dazzling Darkness’. Her most recent book, ‘Fierce Imaginings: The Great War, Ritual, Memory and God’ reflects on the place of faith and myth in our rituals of remembrance.


Sarah Meyrick
Kate Nicholas
Ruth Valerio
Francesca Kay
Katharine Welby-Roberts
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