Rosemary Arthur, from Wakefield, spoke on “The Divine Masculine, or Divine Feminine?” Why do humans think of the Divine as either masculine or feminine? Do we prefer a God or a Goddess? And why? She explored how male deities have traditionally been associated with justice, firm rule and war, and female deities with caring, compassion and peace. Do we need elements of both in the modern world? Readings were taken from “Wisdom of the Idiots” by the Sufi writer Idries Shah, and “Revelations of Divine Love” by Julian of Norwich.