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PaCT Fellow presents at two international literature conferences

06 Aug 2018

PaCT Fellow presents at two international literature conferences

PaCT Fellow presents at two international literature conferences PaCT Fellow Dr Virginia Miller has recently presented at two international conferences. In July Dr Miller presented at the International CISLE Conference (Conference of the International Study of Literatures in English) on “Transcending Boundaries: Migrations, Dislocations and Literary Transformations”. Her presentation with Professor Seumas Miller was on ‘Post-Exilic Writing in the Bible: Irony, Satire and the Book of Job.’ Her conference abstract.....

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PaCT Research Professor’s upcoming conference activities

30 Jul 2018

PaCT Research Professor’s upcoming conference activities

PaCT Research Professor Wayne Hudson continues to be involved in political and social implications of a new religious thought. He is one of the guest speaker’s at the upcoming 2018 Telos Europe Conference themed ‘The Endurance of Empire’ which will be held in Sicily from August 31 to September 2 and is being organised by Telos Paul Piccone Institute. Professor Hudson is expected to give a paper on Illusions of.....

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Christian political theology has a Greek problem

23 Jul 2018

Christian political theology has a Greek problem

PaCT Fellow Dr Jonathan Cole has published a piece on the The New Polis arguing that Christian political theology has a Greek problem. In his article titled ‘The Problem with “Christian” Political Theology – It’s Greek, Not Christian’, Dr Cole argues that systematic political thought was first developed by the pagans and Greeks who had no knowledge of Yahweh or Christ, and Christian citizens today embrace Western political orders which.....

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PaCT Fellow: Community support for euthanasia

16 Jul 2018

PaCT Fellow: Community support for euthanasia

PaCT Fellow Dr Anthony Hogan (pictured) has prepared a paper for instinct and reason about community perspectives on end stages of life showing support for euthanasia. Published in June 2018, the report titled ‘Community perspectives on end-stage of life, assisted dying and religion’, looked at attitudes of Boomers (50 years and older) and Millennials (18─35 year olds) using survey data gathered by instinct and reason. The study found that two-thirds.....

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