Theology conferences and workshops
Forthcoming conferences and workshops will be displayed here.
Forced Migration, Political Power, and the Book of Jeremiah: Thinking Theologically with the Bible
Date: Saturday 13 May 2017
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 the Centre for Bible, Ethics and Theology’s particular commitment to collaborative work between theologians and biblical scholars, featuring sustained reflections and ample time for discussion. Speakers include two Hebrew Bible scholars, a New Testament scholar, and two systematic theologians, whose recent work has focused on forced migration in the ancient and contemporary world.
Taymiyyan Studies Postgraduate Colloquium
Date: 2-3 March 2016
Ibn Taymiyya (d. 1328) was an incisive, controversial, and influential Muslim scholar from Damascus. This two-day colloquium featured papers by postgraduate researchers on his thought, context, and legacy.
CBET Postgraduate Conference - 'Magic'
Date: 20 February 2016
The Centre for Bible, Ethics and Theology (CBET) seeks to promote the integration of the historical and theological study of the Bible with the study of ethics and systematic and philosophical theology. This study day looked at fostering the aims of the Centre among postgraduate students from all areas of theological study, as well as from the broader academic community.