Issue 42 – November 2019 OUT NOW!
In this edition:
Who was Jeaus? A look at some of the recent findings in the quest for the historical.
Dr Mark Vernon, writer, broadcaster and journalist.
Aristotle and the Ethics of Character
Dr Brendan Sweetman, Professor of Philosophy, Rockhurst University, Kansas City, USA.
Making a difference? Developing
Understanding Christianity Stephen Pett, RE Today, UK
Australian Aboriginal Spirituality
Dr Nicholas Coleman, writer and educationalist
The Use and Abuse of the Bible in Christian Ethics
Dr David Grunett, Senior Lecturer in Theology and Ethics, University of Edinburgh
Truth and the Diversity of Religions
The Reverend Canon Professor Keith Ward, Regius Professor of Divinity Emeritus, University of Oxford.
Jules Evans, practical philosopher and writer
The Mind-Body Problem at the Movies
Dr Christopher Falzon, Visiting Fellow, Philosophy, University of New South Wales, Sydney
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