The award-winning historian, author and presenter of Radio 4's Making History discusses his new book, Dominion, which examines one of the most enduring and influential legacies of the ancient world:Christianity. Ranging in time from the Persian invasion of Greece in 480 BC to the on-going migration crisis in Europe today, he will explore just what it was that made Christianity so revolutionary and disruptive; how completely it came to saturate the mind-set of Latin Christendom; and why, in a West that has become increasingly doubtful of religion’s claims, so many of its instincts remain irredeemably Christian.
Your tickets includes a wine reception after the lecture. Dominion: The Making of the Western Mind will be available for purchase on the night and Tom will be singing copies after the talk.
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|Evening Lecture gen. admission||£15|
|Evening lecture concession||£13|