Honest, Decent, Legal, Truthful? Confessions of a Theologian Working in the Marketplace – 3rd Annual Jean Guy Memorial Lecture

Jean Guy Memorial Lecture Poster (2015 - Martyn Percy)

The Church of St Peter and St Paul, Lavenham are delighted to announce that The Very Revd Professor Martyn Percy, Dean of Christ Church, Oxford (and the only living Theologian to be quoted in Dan Brown’s “The Da Vinci Code”) will be delivering The Third Annual  Jean Guy Memorial Lecture, in Lavenham Church on Tuesday 15th September 2015 at 7pm.

 

Professor Percy’s lecture, entitled “Honest, Decent, Legal, Truthful? Confessions of a Theologian Working in the Marketplace” and he will be speaking about his work in public ethics in advertising, film, media and consumer affairs – as well as religious literacy.

 

The Revd. Stephen Earl, Rector of Lavenham Church said: “We are delighted to welcome Professor Percy to Lavenham Church.  He is a highly respected theological educator, and this interactive lecture will draw extensively on Martyn’s roles in public life, having served a Director of the Advertising Standards Authority, and as an Adjudicator for the Portman Group (the self-regulating body for the alcoholic drinks industry), as well as his current roles as a Commissioner of the Direct Marketing Authority and as an Advisor to the British Board of Film Classification.    We very much look forward to hearing what Professor Percy has to say”.

 

The lectures are free, but donations towards expenses and for the upkeep of the church are welcome.

Jean Guy Memorial Lecture Poster (2015 – Martyn Percy)

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