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Issue 1

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 01: November 1993

Contents

  • The Design Argument (Part 1): Dr. Colin Crowder (University of Durham),
  • The Problem of Religious Language: Dr. Peter Vardy (Heythrop College, London)
  • Interpreting the Parables of Jesus: Professor Graham Stanton (King’s College, London)
  • An Examiner’s View of Exam Essays: Peter Cole (A-level Chief Examiner)
  • Is ‘the History of Israel’ still a good working model? Richard Coggins (King’s College, London)
  • The Free Churches in the Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries: Terence Copley (University of Exeter)
  • Augustine on Evil: Dr.Bernard Farr (Westminster College, Oxford)
  • What is Theology? Professor Leslie Houlden (King’s College, London)
  • The Gentle Art of Essay Writing: Dr. Walter Moberly (University of Durham)

Issue 2

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 02 : April 1994

Contents

  • Charles Darwin and the Doctrine of Creation: Professor Ian Markham (Liverpool Hope University College)
  • Inter-faith Dialogue: Professor Keith Ward (Christ Church, Oxford)
  • The Design Argument (Part 2): Dr. Colin Crowder (University of Durham)
  • Signs in the Fourth Gospel John Maile (Spurgeon’s College, London)
  • Faith and Reason: Dr. Paul Fiddes (Regent’s Park College, Oxford)
  • The Familiar Strangeness of Islam: Dr. David Thomas (Centre for the Study of Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations, Selly Oak),
  • Social Justice in the Eighth Century Prophets: Professor Ronald Clements (King’s College, London)
  • The Art of Effective Revision: Michael Totterdell (Institute of Education, London)

Issue 3

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 03: November 1994

Contents

  • A-level Coursework: Dr. Catherine Brown (A-level Chief Examiner)
  • Kant’s Categorical Imperative: Dr. Paul Grosch and Dr.William Large (The College of St. Mark and St. John, Plymouth)
  • Jesus in the Four Gospels: Dr. David Wenham (Wycliffe Hall, Oxford)
  • Thinking about Life after Death: Options and Identity: Dr. Jeff Astley (University of Durham)
  • Exam Technique: John Russell (A-level Chief Examiner)
  • Faith and Reason (Part 2): Dr. Paul Fiddes (Regent’s Park College, Oxford)
  • On Religious Experience: Professor John Hick (University of Birmingham)

Issue 4

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 04 : April 1995

Contents

  • Utilitarianism: Geoff Cocksworth (The King’s School, Canterbury)
  • The Birth Stories in the Gospels: Professor David Catchpole (University of Exeter)
  • The Ethics of Genetic Engineering: Dr. David Cook (Green College, Oxford)
  • Covenant in the Old Testament: Dr. Henry McKeating (Wesley College, Bristol)
  • Religion and the Hollywood Cinema: Professor David Jasper (University of Glasgow)
  • A Practical Guide to Revision: Mel Churton (Parkstone Grammar School)

Issue 5

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 05: November 1995

Contents

  • Liberation Theology: Dr. Andrew Bradstock (LSU College of Higher Education, Southampton)
  • Cosmological Arguments for the Existence of God: Jonathan Webber (University College, London)
  • Why Students Fail: Howard Mayled-Porter (A-level Chief Examiner)
  • The Problem of Evil: The Free Will Defence: Dr. Peter Vardy (Heythrop College, London)
  • The Gospels: Fact, Fiction or What? Professor J.D.G. Dunn (University of Durham)
  • Is there a Natural Law? Dr. Alan Suggate (University of Durham)
  • T.H. Huxley: ‘The Devil’s Disciple’? Professor David Knight (University of Durham)

Issue 6

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 06 : April 1996

Contents

  • Form Criticism and the Gospels: Professor John Drane (University of Stirling)
  • Free Will and Determinism: Dr. Robert Cook (Redcliffe College, Gloucester)
  • Approaches to Examination Questions: Sarah Tyler (A-level Examiner)
  • Proportionalism: Dr. Bernard Hoose (Heythrop College, London)
  • An Admission Tutor’s Answers to Students’ Questions: Dr. Alistair McFadyen (University of Leeds)
  • Daniel and Apocalyptic: Dr. Robert Fyall (University of Durham)
  • Resurrection: What’s it all about? H.J. Richards (University of East Anglia)
  • Science and Religion: Challenging Some Common Assumptions: Professor Basil Mitchell (University of Oxford)
  • Morality and Religion: Dr. Peter Baelz (formerly Dean of Durham)

Issue 7

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 07: November 1996

Contents

  • The Ontological Argument: Professor Ian Markham (Liverpool Hope University College)
  • Origins and Fundamental –isms: Adrian Brown (The Ecclesbourne School, Duffield)
  • The Dilemma of Life or Death: The Collapse of the Traditional Ethic: Professor Peter Singer (Monash University)
  • Caring to the End: Dame Cicely Saunders (St. Christopher’s Hospice)
  • A Question of Identity: Jesus and the Son of Man: Professor David Catchpole (University of Exeter)
  • Religion as a Language-Game: Dr. Felicity McCutcheon (Macquarie University)
  • God and gods in the Old Testament: Professor R.N. Whybray (formerly University of Hull)

Issue 8

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 08 : April 1997

Contents

  • Religious Experience: An Argument for the Existence of God: Robert Kirkwood (University of Edinburgh)
  • Abortion: A Moral Controversy: Dr. David Smith (The Milltown Institute, Dublin)
  • Redaction Criticism and the Gospel of Luke: Dr. William Telford (University of Newcastle upon Tyne)
  • Considering Conscience: Dr. David Torevell (Liverpool Hope University College)
  • Examiner’s Comments: Diana Hayden (A-level Chief Examiner)
  • Faith and Freedom: The Problem of Evil: Dr. Bernard Farr (Westminster College, Oxford)
  • The Eschatology of the Fourth Gospel: Dr. Stephen Motyer (London Bible College)
  • Types of Theism, Varieties of Atheism: Dr. Andrew Wright (King’s College, London)

Issue 9

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 09: November 1997

Contents

  • Existentialism: Dr. Jeff Mason (Middlesex University)
  • Sex, Relationships and Being Human: Dr. Peter Vardy (Heythrop College, London)
  • Proof and Probability in Arguing for God’s Existence: Dr. Harriet Harris (University of Exeter)
  • Examiner’s Comments: Gordon Reid (A-level Chief Examiner)
  • Applying Source, Form and Redaction Criticism: John Russell (A-level Chief Examiner)
  • Living and Dying Well: A Response to Peter Singer: Dr. Joseph Houston (University of Glasgow)
  • The Significance of the Cross in the Fourth Gospel: Michael Tonks (Bristol Grammar School)
  • Morality and Religion: Robert Kirkwood (University of Edinburgh)

Issue 10

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 10 : April 1998

Contents

  • The Gene Genie: Professor Sheila McLean (University of Glasgow)
  • Utilitarianism and Christianity: Dr. Jeremy Hall (Hutchesons’ Grammar School)
  • Science and Religion: Professor Keith Ward and Professor Peter Atkins (University of Oxford)
  • Ought Euthanasia to be Allowed? Professor Paul Badham (University of Wales, Lampeter)
  • Rationalism and Empiricism: Alison Wood (The Royal Institute of Philosophy)
  • Evaluation: Why and how!: Arthur Giles (A-level Chief Examiner)
  • A Question of Identity: Jesus and the Messiah: Professor David Catchpole (University of Exeter)
  • Social Justice in A-level Study of Amos and Hosea: Dr. Carol Fry (A-level Chief Examiner)

Issue 11

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 11: November 1998

Contents

  • The Ethics of Punishing Criminals: Dr. Bernard Hoose (Heythrop College, London)
  • Miracle Problems: Roger Owen (A-level Chief Examiner)
  • Moral Restraints in Warfare: Professor Richard Norman (University of Kent, Canterbury)
  • Feminism and Christian Theology: Dr. Alison Jasper (University of Glasgow)
  • A Jewish View of the Problem of Evil: Rabbi Sidney Brichto (The Union of Liberal and Progressive Synagogues)
  • Examiner’s Comments: Peter Cole (A-level Chief Examiner)
  • The World of Jesus: First-century Judaism: Professor John Riches (University of Glasgow)

Issue 12

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 12 : APRIL 1999

Contents

  • Natural Law: Peter Jackson (Harrow School)
  • Matthew, Moses and Mountains: An Exercise in Redaction Criticism: Antony Billington (London Bible College)
  • Abortion and Medical Ethics: John Waters (Parkstone Grammar School)
  • David Hume and the Design Argument: Arthur Giles (A-level Chief Examiner)
  • Humanism – Right or Wrong? Marilyn Mason (British Humanist Association)
  • A Question of Proof: Sarah Tyler (A-level Examiner)
  • The ‘I am’ Sayings of the Fourth Gospel: Dr. Stephen Motyer (London Bible College)

Issue 13

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 13: November 1999

Contents

  • Evidence for God’s Love: The Right Reverend Richard Harries (Bishop of Oxford)
  • What is Truth? Dr. Peter Vardy (Heythrop College, London)
  • Ethical Criteria for Selling Arms: Professor Robin Gill (University of Kent, Canterbury)
  • The Purpose of John’s Gospel: Arthur Rowe (Spurgeon’s College, London)
  • The Whys and Wherefores of the Free Will Debate: Dr. Stephen Boulter (University of Glasgow)
  • Making Sense of Questions of Practical Ethics: The Reverend Peter Jackson (Harrow School)
  • Miracles – Superstitious Imaginings or Signs of God’s Presence? Dr. David Torevell (Liverpool Hope University College)

Issue 14

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 14 : APRIL 2000

Contents

  • Are Values Relative to Culture? Professor Harry J. Gensler and Mary Grace Tokmenko (John Carroll University, Cleveland, Ohio, USA)
  • Life Thru a Lens: Using Narrative Criticism to compare the Infancy Story of Matthew with the Johannine Prologue: Mark Coffey (The Manchester Grammar School)
  • Just War Principles: Sir Hugh Beach (retired army officer, who lectures and writes on the subjects of war and peace, disarmament and arms control as seen from a Christian perspective)
  • Weltanschauung: The Game of Worldviews Adrian Brown (The Ecclesbourne School, Duffield)
  • How to create good essays for synoptic assessment: Arthur Giles (Brunel University)
  • The Matrix: Julie Arliss (The Richard Huish College, Taunton) and Dr. Peter Vardy (Heythrop College, London)
  • The Use and Abuse of the Bible in Ethics: Dr. Ian McDonald (University of Edinburgh)

Issue 15

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 15: November 2000

Contents

  • Introducing Anti-Realism: Dr. Beverley Clack (Roehampton Institute, London)
  • After Dolly: Should We Clone Human Life? Professor Alastair V. Campbell (University of Bristol)
  • The Return of the Virtues: Professor James F. Keenan (Weston Jesuit School of Theology, Cambridge, MA, USA)
  • Morals in the New Millennium: The Right Reverend Richard Holloway (formerly Bishop of Edinburgh)
  • What is Postmodernism? Dr. Andrew Wright (King’s College, University of London)
  • Religious Studies post-16: John Keast (Qualifications and Curriculum Authority)
  • Evolution and the Spirit: Professor Russell Stannard (The Open University)

Issue 16

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 16 : APRIL 2001

Contents

  • “Nothing but a pack of neurons”: Michael Poole (King’s College, London)
  • Killing Mary to Save Jodie: Dr. Stephen Law (Heythrop College, University of London)
  • Research using human embryos and Therapeutic Cloning: Baroness Warnock of Weeke.
  • Utilitarianism in the Twentieth Century: Dr. Roger Crisp (St Anne’s College, Oxford)
  • Where did the prophets get their ethical ideas from? Professor John Barton (University of Oxford)
  • Postmodernism and Religion: Dr. Andrew Wright (King’s College, University of London)
  • “God is Dead” – The Philosophy of Friedrich Nietzsche: Carol Langford (Parkstone Grammar School)
  • IVF: The Ethical Issues: Dr. Susanne Gibson (St. Martin’s College, Lancaster)

Issue 17

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 17: November 2001

Contents

  • An Introduction to Aristotle: Libby Ahluwalia (Principal Examiner)
  • Plato’s Analogy of the Cave and its Relation to the Forms: Roy Jackson (Richmond College)
  • Situation Ethics: Decent or Indecent Proposal? Dr. David Torevell (Liverpool Hope University College)
  • Where was God when…? Dr. David Cook (Green College, Oxford)
  • Genetics, Ethics and Human Identity: Professor Ruth Chadwick (University of Lancaster)
  • Modern Moral Uncertainty and Christianity: The Revd. Canon Dr. R.J. Elford (Liverpool Hope University College)
  • Marriage and Divorce: Michael Wilcockson (Eton College; Principal Examiner)
  • Euthanasia: Dr. Helga Kuhse (Monash University)

Issue 18

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 18 : APRIL 2002

Contents

  • An Introduction to the Moral Argument for God’s Existence: Dennis Brown (The Manchester Grammar School)
  • Can We Have Morality Without God and Religion: Dr. Stephen Law (Heythrop College, University of London)
  • Black Theology: A Study of Martin Luther King Jr and James Cone: Michael Wilcockson (Eton College; Principal Examiner)
  • The Biblical Basis for Liberation Theology: Dr. Simon Valentine (University of Bradford)
  • In the Image of Man: Freud, Psychoanalysis and Religion: Brendan Callaghan SJ (Heythrop College, University of London)
  • The Kingdom of God: Julie Arliss (The Richard Huish College, Taunton)
  • How Should We Treat Prisoners? Professor Timothy Gorringe (University of Exeter)
  • Is Creationism Scientific? Dr. Stephen Law (Heythrop College, University of London)
  • Self-fulfilment: Must it be Selfish? Professor Nigel Biggar (University of Leeds)

Issue 19

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 19: November 2002

Contents

  • Why be Moral? Dr. Christopher Falzon (University of Newcastle, Australia)
  • Abortion: Professor Brenda Almond (University of Hull)
  • Just War – War against Iraq? Dr. Peter Vardy (Heythrop College, London)
  • Ideas about Conscience: Bob Bowie (St. John Fisher Catholic College, Chatham)
  • Religion without God: Professor Ray Billington
  • Wilderness, Religion, and Human Dwelling: Dr. Michael Northcott (University of Edinburgh)
  • Is Science Enough? Martin Rogers (Co-Director of the Science and Religion in Schools Project)
  • Doing Without Free Will: Professor James Rachels (University of Alabama at Birmingham, USA)

Issue 20

A JOURNAL OF RELIGION AND PHILOSOPHY
Issue 20 : APRIL 2003

Contents

  • Four Portraits of Jesus: The Revd. Dr. Richard Burridge (King’s College, London)
  • What does it mean to be human? Thoughts on Philosophy of Human Nature: Professor Nina Rosenstand (San Diego Mesa College, USA)
  • Some guidelines for candidates answering questions on the Ontological Argument: Dr. John Frye (A-level Principal Examiner)
  • Competition: Some Ethical and Theological Considerations: Professor John Hull (University of Birmingham)
  • Teleology, Morality, and Human Flourishing: Professor Arthur Holmes (Wheaton College, Wheaton, Illinois)
  • Connecting Morality and Religion: Professor Jeff Astley (North of England Institute of Christian Education)
  • Is Religion Bad for the Environment? Professor R.J. Berry (University College, London)
  • Wittgenstein: Twentieth Century Genius: Professor Robert Arrington (Georgia State University, USA)