Sacrifice and Modern Thought Book Launch and Panel Discussion

A Book Launch and Panel Discussion took place on 8th November 2013 to mark the publication of Sacrifice and Modern Thought (Oxford: OUP, 2013), edited by Dr Johannes Zachhuber and Dr Julia Meszaros. The Centre for Theology and Modern European Thought at the University of Oxford presents five interviews, conducted by Tim Howles, and featuring Dr Johannes Zachhuber, Dr Pamela Sue Anderson, Dr Nick Allen, Dr Laura Rival and Professor Gavin Flood.
The interviews can be downloaded from the University of Oxford pages on iTunes, and on the University of Oxford podcast page.

Astor Lecture 2013 - Professor Mark Noll

Professor Mark Noll (University of Notre Dame) gave a lecture on 16 May 2013 as the Astor Lecturer for Trinity Term 2013.
His complete lecture, entitled 'Biblical Criticism and the Decline of America’s “Biblical Civilisation”, 1865-1918’ is now available to download from the University podcast page, or from iTunes.

Prof. Graham Ward, Inaugural Lecture, 14 May 2013

Graham Ward, Regius Professor of Divinity, gave his Inaugual Lecture on 14 May 2013 in the Examination Schools.
His complete lecture, entitled 'What Makes a Belief Believable?' is now available to download from the University podcast page, or from iTunes.

The Nature of Human Beings and the Question of their Ultimate Origin, 23 February 2012 

A Dialogue Event that took place at the Sheldonian Theatre in the presence of The Chancellor of the University of Oxford with speakers including the Archbishop of Canterbury, Professor Richard Dawkins and Sir Anthony Kenny. To view the event, please visit the University of Oxford Podcast page

Prof. Sarah Foot, Inaugural Lecture, 18 May 2011

Sarah Foot, Regius Professor of Ecclesiastical History, gave her Inaugural Lecture on 18 May 2011 in the Examination Schools.
Her complete lecture, entitled 'Thinking with Christians: doing Ecclesiastical History in a Secular Age', is now available to download from the University podcast page, or from iTunes.

Prof. Guy Stroumsa, Inaugual Lecture, 12 May 2010

Guy. G Stroumsa, Professor in the Study of the Abrahamic Religions, gave his Inaugural Lecture on 12 May 2010 in the Examination Schools.
His complete lecture, entitled 'From Abraham’s religion to the Abrahamic Religions', is now available to download.
Professor Guy. G. Stroumsa is Martin Buber Professor of Comparative Religion Emeritus at the Hebrew University of Jerusalem, Israel, and was appointed Professor of the Study of Abrahamic Religions in October 2009. He is a fellow of Lady Margaret Hall.


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