Eminent South African archaeologist Professor David Lewis-Williams is to give this year's Lambeth Tyndale Lecture 'What is Religion?... An Archaeological Answer', at 6pm on October 25th.
Author of the acclaimed trilogy 'The Mind in the Cave', 'The Neolithic Mind', and now 'Conceiving God', Lewis-Williams is a world-reknowned authority on human prehistory and pre-biblical spiritual awareness.
The lecture will explore the origin of religion in Palaeolithic times, long before the era of Biblical revelation.
The historic setting of this lecture in the 14th Century Guard Room at Lambeth Palace - London residence of Rowan Williams, Archbishop of Canterbury, is sure to make this a truly memorable event.
Note: As is usual for our Lambeth Lectures, for security purposes all lecture attendees must pre-register by name prior to the event.
Entry at Lambeth Palace on the evening is by production of ticket only.
For full details and to book your place at this event, simply Download our Booking Form here, then return by post, or Email The Tyndale Society to reserve your place.