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We enjoyed a first-rate presentation by Miranda Suit of Safermedia on challenges and dangers presented by the internet.
Adam and Eve: did they ‘fall’ or did they just ‘grow up’?
The new season of CCJNE had an amazing start when just over eighty people attended the first meeting of the year.
Report of talk by Holocaust survivor and concert pianist Nelly Ben-Or Clynes
CCJ Bournemouth branch report of event with Dr Jane Clements.
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 Events 
22/04/2015 8:00pm
Speaker: Sr Margaret Shepherd, a former Director of CCJ.
23/04/2015 8:00pm
The speaker is distinguished American author Rabbi David J. Zucker PhD, a scholar of both the Jewish and Christian scriptures.
27/04/2015 5:15pm
Professor Amy-Jill Levine (Vanderbilt University) will be giving the Sherman Lectures in Jewish Studies entitled "Jesus, Judaism and Christianity: Old Prejudices and New Possibilities"
Arts Lecture Theatre, Samuel Alexander Building, University of Manchester.
30/04/2015 7:30pm
Speaker: Kelvin Crombie (Author and Historian) Cost: £3 Admission to include refreshments Further information: ccjbaw@gmail.com