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"Doing God in 10 Downing Street": Faith and Politics in a Post-Modern World

Lecture by The Right Honorable The Lord Griffiths of Forestfach, Goldman Sachs International. Princeton Lectures in Religion and Ethics.

Location: McCosh 50

Date/Time: 09/24/08 at 4:30 pm - 09/24/08 at 6:00 pm

Lord Griffiths served at No. 10 Downing Street as head of the Prime Minister's Policy Unit from 1985 to 1990. As special advisor to Margaret Thatcher, he was responsible for domestic policy-making and was a chief architect of the government's privatisation and deregulation programmes.
Since then, Lord Griffiths has been vice chairman of Goldman Sachs International. Lord Griffiths is chairman of the Archbishop of Canterbury's Lambeth Fund and Christian Responsibility in Public Affairs. He has written and lectured extensively on economic issues and the relationship of the Christian faith to politics and business, and has published various books on monetary policy and Christian ethics.

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Category: Public Lectures

Department: Princeton Lectures in Religion and Ethics