Edinburgh Postgraduate Workshop on Conflict and Peace
Call for Papers and Participation
If you would like to participate in the event, and if you would like to present work in progress, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a short description of your work or area of interest. The first meeting of the Workshop will be held 10am-4pm on November 29, at Paterson’s Land 1.21, Moray School of Education. Sandwich lunch will be provided. The Workshop is being organised by the Project on Religion and Ethics in the Making of War and Peace (http://relwar.org).
THE 2011 CHALMERS LECTURES
A Century of Tension in Scottish Social Theology
Rev Dr Johnston McKay
17th, 18th, 20th
24th, 25th, 27th
University of Edinburgh
1 Mound Place
Edinburgh EH1 2LU
LECTURE 1. SIGNS AND SIGNALS Stirrings of Social Criticism in the mid 19th-century Church in Scotland
LECTURE 2. KINGDOM AND CO-OPERATION Robert Flint’s Paradigm shifts the emphasis from Church to Kingdom
LECTURE 3. PREACHING AND PRACTICE The Church in Glasgow gives shape to Kingdom values
LECTURE 4. EXPLORATIONS AND EXTREMES United Free Church theologians are poles apart in their teaching of the Kingdom
LECTURE 5. DEBATES AND DIVISIONS The Theology of the Kingdom begins to unravel in the United Free Church General Assembly
LECTURE 6. RELEGATION AND REUNION The Kingdom of God becomes a useful tool in the moves towards the union of 1929
The Centre for Theology and Public Issues is co-presenting Mr. Darwin’s Tree at this year’s Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Murray Watts’s acclaimed one-man show on Charles Darwin’s personal struggles over faith and science runs until Sunday, 21st August at the Playhouse at Hawke and Hunter Green Room (map, tickets). Andrew Harrison stars as Darwin in a piece that was commissioned by Theos, the London-based think tank. After its premiere in 2009, the director of Theos commented that
Murray Watts has done a magnificent job in ensuring that the play offers a faithful depiction of Darwin, drawing deeply on his diaries and correspondence, to get underneath the skin of the scientist.
In the coming weeks, Public Faith will have an interview with Murray Watts and more information on the show. In the meantime, see you at the Fringe!