Date: Friday 12 March 2021 Time: 9:00am-5:30pm GMT Location: Online Registration Deadline: Tuesday 9 March 2021 Registration Fee: £0 (Donations welcome)
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This year’s postgraduate conference explores how Christianity informs political realities. The conference will host a diverse group of postgraduate students in Christian ethics as well as related disciplines such as moral philosophy, practical theology, biblical theology, and doctrinal theology.
Associate Professor of Christian Ethics, Joshua Hordern (University of Oxford),
'Loyalty and identity: ecclesial and political considerations'
Associate Professor and Associate Head, Wai-luen Kwok (Hong Kong Baptist University),
'Can a theology of peace be a theology of resistance?
A moral theological reflection in the contemporary Chinese context'.
After the keynote speeches, there will be three parallel sessions of paper presentations focusing on the general themes of moral philosophy, practical theology, biblical theology, and doctrinal theology. Details of these presentations are provided in the programme.
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