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Focus on good and evil at the LJCC

PUBLISHED: 18:28 19 August 2008 | UPDATED: 15:18 07 September 2010

ETHICS and the battle between good and evil are the difficult subjects under debate at the London Jewish Cultural Centre. The Golders Green centre is tackling controversial subjects such as death in the name of Judaism, Islam and Christianity, witchcraft

ETHICS and the battle between good and evil are the difficult subjects under debate at the London Jewish Cultural Centre.

The Golders Green centre is tackling controversial subjects such as death in the name of Judaism, Islam and Christianity, witchcraft and heresy.

Leading academics will discuss the issues and tussle over morality in the modern world during the discussions from September 8 to 11 and September 15 to 18.

"This is about taking time out to explore where all our morality comes from," said the centre's chief executive, Trudy Gold.

"This is at the core of things like knife crime because it is asking whether there are any moral commandments.

"We have to discuss these ideas if we are going to make any difference."

Morning debates will start at 10.30am and run until 12.30pm and afternoon sessions run from 2pm to 3.30pm. For a full schedule and to book, visit www.ljcc.org.uk or telephone 020-8457 5000.


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