Exploring Aspects of Christ
In the last few years the exploration of the divine feminine has moved from exploring Mary to looking at the idea of a feminine Christ, especially through art and theology. Many have found it cathartic and enabling to experience Christ in all forms but what does it mean about our idea of Christ and how can we use the Kabbalistic Jacob’s Ladder to further our exploration of this question?
In this talk Marie-Elsa will discuss these ideas through the artwork used in her chapter for the book Speaking of Christ/Christa/Christx: A compilation of feminist theologians.
Marie-Elsa Roche Bragg is a writer and priest. She studied Jewish Mysticism and Jewish festivals at Leo Baeck Rabbinical College, Ignatian Spiritual direction at Loyola Hall and Theology at Oxford University. She has been a Spiritual Director for over 20 years, an Anglican priest for over 15 years and a student of the late Warren Kenton (Z’ev ben Shimon Halevi) for over twenty-five years. She has also been Duty Chaplain at Westminster Abbey since 2009.
See her website: www.marie-elsabragg.com.
Tickets: £15 for an invitation on Zoom