LATEST FROM LEFT SIDE UP
THE GOSPEL AND HELL IN NI
Andrew recently took part in a lively discussion with Steve Ames, pastor of Harbour Faith Community in Carrickfergus. The discussion moved from the gospel, to what the Bible is, to universalism. Here is a useful snippet!
A clip from our latest podcast episode, 'Deconstructing Faith'. Why not give up on it all?
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Left Side Up exists to challenge, enrich and widen the theological landscape of Northern Ireland. In working with schools, churches, community groups, and through events and courses, we seek to to provide a loud, alternative voice on issues of justice and inclusion. Left Side Up Press seeks to locate, work with and publish distinctive voices in theology and the arts.
Drawing on liberation theologies, Left Side Up is looking to make a genuine difference. Could you join us?
Dr Andrew Cunning is a teacher, writer and theologian. He has a PhD in English Literature and Theology and his first book will be published by Bloomsbury in 2020.
His work appears in Literature and Theology; Christianity and Literature; The Irish Times.
June Carton is a full time Maths Tutor with a special interest in young people living with ASD. She is a worship leader, avid crafter and passionate advocate for the spiritual and mental well-being of people from the LGBT+ community and their families.
Michael Ghianni-Wilkinson is a professional youth and community worker in East Belfast. He is a graduate of Memphis Theological Seminary and holds a Masters degree in Youth Ministry.
Interviews, discussions and chats over drinks. The Left Side Up Podcast began in January 2020 and seeks to expand the theological landscape of NI.
'AND IN IT ALL COMES': INTERVIEW WITH STEVE STOCKMAN
The minister of Fitzroy Church in South Belfast, Steve Stockman, sits down for a chat spanning grace, the imagination and the incarnation.
'BOMB SCARE AT THE ROLLER DISCO': AN INTERVIEW WITH WENDY ERSKINE
One of NI's most exciting writers joins Andrew for a chat about her collection, 'Sweet Home'. A wonderful conversation about place, writing and the ordinary.