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Ullet Road Unitarian Church

57 Ullet Road

York Avenue entrance

Liverpool

L17 2AA

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It is 500 years since Martin Luther nailed his 95 theses to the door of the castle church in Wittenberg in an act of rebellion that shook Europe to its foundations and paved the way for spiritual and political freedom. So how should we remember Martin Luther's Reformation today? As a stepping-stone to modernity and precursor to the Enlightenment? Or is the Luther effect to be found in the darker histories of European nationalisms and religious wars?

The debate will open with short introductions by Liverpool Salon members Pauline Hadaway and Kevin Bean and will be chaired by the Reverend Philip Waldron. But as always, it's the audience that brings the conversation to life. So please join us.

And whatever you think of the rebellious monk, he certainly loved Christmas, carol singing and good cheer. So the Liverpool Salon is delighted that the Ullet Road Unitarians are hosting our event in their beautiful Library, with mulled wine and mince pies around a blazing fire, while the great man looks down from the painted frieze on the ceiling.

All welcome. There is no charge but donations will be gratefully received.

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