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Issue 51: November 2018


  • Creation, Humans, Animals, and the Environment:
    Understanding the Influence of Genesis 1–2
    Professor David G. Horrell (Professor of New Testament Studies and Director of the Centre for Biblical Studies, University of Exeter) and
    Dr Helen C. John (Honorary Research Fellow in the Department of Theology and Religion, University of Exeter)
  • Business Ethics - An Oxymoron?
    Adam Lawrence (Head of Theology and Philosophy, The Haberdashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School)
  • Does Conscience Matter?
    Professor Roger Trigg (Senior Research Fellow, The Ian Ramsey Centre, University of Oxford)
  • The War for Children’s Minds
    Dr Stephen Law (Head of the Department of Philosophy, Heythrop College, University of London)
  • Terrorism and the Age of Moral Anaesthesia
    Dr Bryan Greetham (Author – www.bryangreetham.org.uk)
  • Anselm’s ‘single argument’ for God’s existence – the Ontological Proof
    Dr David Mills Daniel (Writer and Educationalist)
  • God, truth and belief: Religious Language and the limits of reason
    Esmond Lee (Former Head of Religious Studies, Trinity School, Croydon)
  • A Christian View of Human Nature
    Peter Baron (Author – www.peped.org/philosophicalinvestigations/)

Issue 52: April 2019


  • Jesus: Champion of the Poor and Marginalised, and Challenger of the Elite.
    Professor Helen K. Bond, Professor of Christian Origins, University of Edinburgh.
  • Religious Experience
    Jules Evans, practical philosopher and writer. www.philosophyforlife.org
  • Theology of the Damned: A Brief History of Predestination
    Gareth Richards, Head of Philosophy and Theology, Hurstpierpoint College.
  • Assimilating religious assertions to moral assertions: R.B. Braithwaite
    Dr David Mills Daniel, writer and educationalist.
  • The Study of Religious and Spiritual Experience: Insight into a Challenging Research Area
    Professor Bettina E. Schmidt, Professor in Study of Religions and Anthropology of Religion, University of Wales Trinity St David; Director of the Alister Hardy Religious Experience Research Centre.
  • Reflections on Wittgenstein.
    Kicking away the stepladder: Philosophy as a way of life
    Esmond Lee, former Head of Religious Studies, Trinity School, Croydon.
  • The Nature and Nurture of Jesus: Scripting Church and Society
    The Very Revd Professor Martyn Percy, Dean of Christ Church, Oxford.
  • Can you be too impartial?
    Dr Julian Baggini, writer, speaker, consultant; Academic Director, Royal Institute of Philosophy. www.microphilosophy.net
  • The Philosophy of Friendship
    Dr Mark Vernon, writer, broadcaster and journalist. www.markvernon.com

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