Centre for Bible, Ethics and Theology
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Research activities

The Centre and its fellows engage in research across a wide range of topics and periods, including the history and archaeology of the land of the Bible, ethical issues in their ancient contexts and modern applications, and the intersection between biblical studies and theology. 

More information on individual research projects may be found on fellows' personal pages.

Launch event

The centre's launch event, Why Does the Bible Matter?, took place on 20 June 2014.

Jesus teaches Mary and Martha, William Blake
Jesus teaches Mary and Martha, William Blake
 
 

 

Forthcoming events

  • Biblical Seminars - taking place on Fridays at 1pm, this weekly research seminar is for staff, postgraduate students and occasional guests working in the areas of New Testament and Hebrew Bible research. 
  • Forced Migration, Political Power and the Book of Jeremiah: Thinking Theologically with the Bible - This workshop is designed to facilitate a constructive theological dialogue about forced migration and the intersections of political power, drawing on the book of Jeremiah as a foundational text. The format reflects CBET’s particular commitment to collaborative work between theologians and biblical scholars, featuring sustained reflections and ample time for discussion.

     

Department of Theology and Religious Studies Research

Events

Pagans and Christians

Date
24/01/2018
Location:
Djangoly Theatre
Description
About the interactions of pagan Vikings with the inhabitants of Christian Britain.
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Centre for Bible, Ethics and Theology

The University of Nottingham
University Park
Nottingham, NG7 2RD


telephone: +44 (0) 115 951 5854
email:cbet@nottingham.ac.uk