I was lucky to have lecturers who reached out to me not only as academic mentors, but also as models of excellence and commitment.
- Michael Khorommbi (BA graduate, 2015)
Suffering: A Problem or a Mystery?
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Dr Jakub Urbaniak PhD (UBO Brest), DTh/MTh (UAM Poznan)
incl. course materials and refreshments
Is suffering a problem or a mystery? For Buddhism the world is radically painful and therefore self-liberation from suffering constitutes the obvious aim of human existence, a problem that can be solved. For Christianity, on the other hand, the world, as the work of a good God, has been condemned to suffering and death by human sin but also definitively redeemed and reconciled with God by the revelatory-salvific work of Jesus; thus suffering appears as a mystery in which the believers are called to participate. Join the short course led by Dr Jakub Urbaniak to explore those two approaches to human predicament.