Talk: Bringing (im)mortality to light

Overcoming society's final taboo

Many people do not know what to say when confronted with someone who has died or recently lost a loved one. What should we do? Can we simply ignore it? We live in a culture of the denial of death; it seems to be the final taboo.

Listen to a sermon I preached with Rev Mark Meynell at All Souls Church, in central London, in November 2013 about questions of death and mortality. It was part of a series called Christians Facing Issues Today.

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