Heythrop Masters Theology Symposium
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Location: Heythrop College
Difficult Relations: Church, Society and Theology
Coffee and Tea will be available at 10.30 am
Programme starts at 11am
Church and Music: A love-hate relationship? - Anna Stuttard
John Milbank’s understandings of religion and the ‘secular’ state: Separation, integration and ‘complex space’ - Adrian Coyle
Newman and the German ‘White Rose’ Resistance Group - Robert Flynn
Speaking of God with positive and/or negative terms? The debate about ‘cataphatic’ and ‘apophatic’ at the end of the fourth century - Pui Ip
Cost: £16 (payable on the day)
The papers presented at the Symposium are offered by recent graduates from Masters study in theology at Heythrop, based on work they presented in their dissertation, which was judged by the examiners to have been of excellent quality.
All are welcome, especially current Masters students and recent graduates in theology.
If you would like to attend, please contact the Symposium Organiser, Rev Dr Martin Poulsom SDB: firstname.lastname@example.org