Sunday 11th October – A Good Book

Have you dusted down a copy of the King James Bible recently? Thought not. Is it a little abstruse? passe? Or a major modern crime – not relevant?
Tom Grimshaw will try to put the book in the context of the time and apart from accepting it as a poetic and literary monument he will attempt to argue that it was a landmark in the struggle for human rights which has many echoes in the struggle for liberty in today’s world. Melvyn Bragg might have just a bit to offer in this service. Maybe you will look again at the ‘good book’ or maybe not – as ever it will be up to you to decide. Everybody welcome. Starts 10.30am