Fri 25 Oct
Scotland: Three Great Debates
THREE GREAT DEBATES: Has Christianity anything to contribute to the 21st century public square?
Come and listen to a distinguished panel of speakers debate the pressing contemporary issues:
Is Christianity irrelevant to modern society?
Dr Andy Bannister, SOLAS Centre for Public Christianity (no)
Donald Findlay QC, member of the Faculty of Advocates (yes)
Should Christian principles be dropped from medicine?
Professor David Galloway, past president of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow (no)
Lord Purvis of Tweed, House of Lords, former MSP (yes)
Should the law criminalise offensive speech?
Dr Donald Macaskill, Chief Executive Officer of Scottish Care (yes)
Paul Coleman, Executive Director of Alliance for Defending Freedom International (no)
Professor Mona Siddiqi will chair the debate.
Have your say. Contribute to the discussion.
18:30 Tea and coffee
19:00 Debate starts
20:30 Continue the conversation over a glass of wine
This is a joint venture between Lawyers' Christian Fellowship, Christian Medical Fellowship and Christian Dental Fellowship.