The Talks@Willoughby program gives you the opportunity to hear authors and other guest speakers talking about their areas of expertise. You will have the opportunity to ask questions and, when the speaker is an author, you can buy their latest book and have your copy signed.

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Talks@Willoughby presents Paul Ham speaking about New Jerusalem

Paul Ham

Friday 16 November 2018, 12.30pm to 1.30pm
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Award winning historian, Paul Ham, will speak about his latest book - New Jerusalem. This history tells of one of the first violent revolts of the Reformation, where in 1534 a radical religious sect seized the city of Münster in anticipation of Judgment Day. The Catholic and Lutheran powers were determined to make an example of what they saw as a dangerous mob of crazed heretics, and the backlash was long and brutal. 

New Jerusalem is a story of religious obsession and persecution, of noble ideals trampled to dust ...all in the name of Christ. 

Bookings essential. Seating is on a first come, first served basis. If you require special assistance with seating, please contact the Library prior to the event.

Lindfield Bookshop will provide copies of the author's book for sale on the day. 

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