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Read more at: Radio 4 at 4 pm today 14 April featuring Joseph Webster's new book

Radio 4 at 4 pm today 14 April featuring Joseph Webster's new book

14 April 2021

https://www.bbc.co.uk/programmes/m000v2qg


Read more at: Becoming Muslim, by Professor Esra Özyürek published in Cambridge Alumni Magazine

Becoming Muslim, by Professor Esra Özyürek published in Cambridge Alumni Magazine

13 April 2021

" In a time when Islam is increasingly portrayed as incompatible with western values, it is striking that more and more Europeans are becoming Muslim, says Professor Esra Özyürek."


Read more at: Philosophy of Religion Prizes

Philosophy of Religion Prizes

30 March 2021

I am pleased to announce the winners of two prizes in Philosophy of Religion: C 11 prize Paper C11 ran a Lent Term competition to make a podcast demonstrating Graham Priest’s analysis of the problem of unified identity. The winner is Samuel Perez, and the prize is a giant Toblerone! Samuel Perez’ winning C11 podcast is now...


Read more at: Communications and Programme Manager (Part Time, Fixed Term)

Communications and Programme Manager (Part Time, Fixed Term)

29 March 2021

The Faculty of Divinity, West Road, Cambridge, invites applications for a new fixed-term appointment as Communications and Programme Manager (Grade 7) in the Cambridge Inter-Faith Programme for two years to start as soon as possible. https://www.jobs.cam.ac.uk/job/29201/


Read more at: Undergraduate publishes paper in peer-reviewed academic journal

Undergraduate publishes paper in peer-reviewed academic journal

22 March 2021

Jemima Baar, a final year undergraduate in the Faculty of Divinity, has just published an article in the International Journal of Asian Christianity, a leading peer-reviewed academic journal. The article, entitled, 'The Secularisation Thesis Recast: Christianity in Modern China and South Korea', makes a significant and...


Read more at: The Stanton Lectures 2021: Paul & Philosophy - Professor Olivier Boulnois
stanton lectures 2021

The Stanton Lectures 2021: Paul & Philosophy - Professor Olivier Boulnois

17 March 2021

https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/stanton-lectures-2021-professor-olivier-boulnois-tickets-144175810731


Read more at: Zoom book launch for Tsimtsum and Modernity: 11 March, 6 p.m. UK time

Zoom book launch for Tsimtsum and Modernity: 11 March, 6 p.m. UK time

10 March 2021

Zoom book launch for Tsimtsum and Modernity : 11 March, 6 p.m. UK time https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/tsimtsum-and-modernity-book-launch-tickets-143311451409 Join us for the book launch for Tsimtsum and Modernity: Lurianic Heritage in Modern Philosophy and Theology (De Gruyter, 2021), edited by Agata Bielik-Robson and...


Read more at: The History of Religious Imagination in Christian Platonism. Exploring the Philosophy of Douglas Hedley (Christian Hengstermann) Book Launch

The History of Religious Imagination in Christian Platonism. Exploring the Philosophy of Douglas Hedley (Christian Hengstermann) Book Launch

10 March 2021

Thursday, 25th March 2021, 6.00 (ZOOM). This essay collection, edited by Centre fellow Christian Hengstermann (Wuppertal), provides an in-depth introduction to Centre director Douglas Hedley’s work on religious epistemology and its place in the ancient and in contemporary theology and philosophy. Please send an email to...


Read more at: Congratulations to Jon W.Thompson - article published

Congratulations to Jon W.Thompson - article published

10 March 2021

Jon W. Thompson is a Faculty of Divinity supervisor, Postdoctoral Research Associate at the Faraday Institute, and a Fellow of the Centre for the Study of Platonism. Jon has a recent article published in Zygon: Journal of Religion and Science entitled 'The Naturalization of Scriptural Reason in Seventeenth Century...


Read more at: International Women's Day: New Resource Launched

International Women's Day: New Resource Launched

8 March 2021

While the Faculty's commitment to generating spaces where women can flourish within the Faculty is not limited to one day a year, but continues to operate throughout the year, the reflections of students and staff are now being gathered together to highlight different facets of life and work in the Faculty. Material has...