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Department of Theology and Religious Studies Seminar Schedule

University of Nottingham
Department of Theology and Religious Studies Seminar Programme 2009-10

SEMESTER 2

ALL SEMINARS AT 4.00 PM
Refreshments will be available from 3.30pm
All attending are invited to join us for drinks in the University Staff Club afterwards

3 February 2010
Professor Mark MacIntosh (Durham University)
The Opening Mind: The theology of faith and the God who is Truth in Newman’s University Sermons
Venue: Law and Social Science Seminar Room A3

17 February 2010
Dr Ben Fulford (St Johns College Nottingham)
The Defeat of best prices on brand viagra the Trinity? Theology and economy in Gregory of Nazianzus
Venue: Law and Social Science Seminar Room B1

10 March 2010
Professor David Thomas (University of Birmingham)
Christian voices in Muslim theology
Venue: Staff Club Lounge

17 March 2010
Jeff Biebighauser (University of Nottingham research student)
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Venue: Staff Club Lounge

24 March 2010
Anthony Paul Smith (University of Nottingham research student)
What can be done with religion?: Non-Philosophy and the Future of Philosophy of Religion
Venue: Staff Club Conference Suite

12 May 2010
Professor J. Cheryl Exum (The University of Sheffield)
The Many Facets of Samson
Venue: Staff Club Conference Suite

19 May 2010
Dr John Coffey (University of Leicester)
‘Let my People Go!’ Early Modern Liberation from John Milton to Frederick Douglas
Venue: Staff Club Lounge

26 May 2010
Professor David Clines (University of Sheffield)
One or Two Things You May Not Know about the Universe:
The Cosmology of the Divine Speeches in Job
Venue: Staff Club Lounge

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