East Riding Forum

Glynn Harrison

The technological revolution offers ever more ways of re-inventing and affirming ourselves, and yet we seem as insecure and vulnerable as ever. How should we think about the big questions of human identity in today’s culture? How can we feel part of a story bigger than ourselves? And what kind of worldview can give this sense of personal meaning and purpose?'

  • Glynn Harrison was formerly Professor and Head of Department of Psychiatry, University of Bristol, where he was also a practicing Consultant Psychiatrist. He now speaks widely on faith, psychology, and mental health. His book The Big Ego Trip: finding true significance in a culture of self-esteem is published by IVP/SPCK’

Admission free; refreshments from 7.15pm and afterwards.

East Riding Forum is organised by a group of Christians who are interested in exploring the big issues of life.

Further information:

Nigel Cutland: 01964 550444 nigelcutland@btinternet.com
Chris Blowers: 01482 871233 lochblowers@hotmail.com

Who am I today? Is self-obsession making us more miserable than ever?'