Upcoming EventsFeb27Thu7:30 pm The State we are in….Lament, Rea... @ Christian Fellowship Church Café,The State we are in….Lament, Rea... @ Christian Fellowship Church Café,Feb 27 @ 7:30 pm – 9:15 pmWe would be delighted if you could join us… On THURSDAY 27 th FEBRUARY 2020 At Christian Fellowship Church Café, Belmont Road BELFAST BT4 2AN* From 7.30- 9.15ish An Evening re-launching Contemporary Christianity for the 2020’s… Thinking Biblically … Building Peace The programme will be relaxed and will start with coffee/tea at 7.30pm David Smyth (recently appointed Head of EA in Northern Ireland) will get us thinking by speaking on… The State we are in….Lament, Reality & Hope? Judith Hill (UTV reporter) will interview Rev. Norman Hamilton, our new Chairperson. Then we will have some time for your inputs … Continue reading →
Very High Top Salaries: Necessary for Global Economics or Offensive to Biblical Justice?
Esmond Birnie and Allen Sleith both seek to apply their faith to all areas of life, including economics. However, on this issue they come to different conclusions. This evening was not a debate, to see 'who wins', but a conversation to explore and learn. Allen and Esmond talked about how their faith, and their reading of scripture, influenced how they approached this question. The audience then joined in what proved to be a lively discussion! Esmond Birnie is Chief Economist for PWC in Northern Ireland. Allen Sleith is minister of Regent Street Presbyterian Church. Unfortunately, due to technical problems, we were not able to record the first few minutes of the discussion, so a small part of Allen's introduction is missing.