The Logos Institute seminar takes place most weeks during the semester, at 6:45 in St Mary’s Senior Common Room. They are accompanied by wine and cheese.
5 October: C. Stephen Evans, “Kierkegaard on Faith, Doubt and Uncertainty.”
13 October: Christa McKirland, “The Image of God and Intersex Persons.”
27 October: Kimberley Kroll, “Is Rationality Uniquely Intra-Personal or must Uniqueness Constrain Inter-Personal Rationality? An overview of Thomas Kelly’s Total Evidence View and the need for revision.”
3 November: Oliver Crisp, “Methodological Issues in Approaching the Atonement.”
10 November: Tim Mulgan, “Ananthropocentric Purposivism.”
24 November: Jonathan Rutledge, “Philosophical Arminianism.”
1 December: Sarah Broadie, “Classical Theism and Petitionary Prayer.”
6 December: Lydia Schumacher, “Theological Philosophy: Rethinking the Rationality of the Christian Faith.”
9 February: Dr. David Moffitt, “Serving in the Tabernacle in Heaven: Sacred Space, Jesus’s High-Priestly Sacrifice, and Hebrews’ Analogical Theology.”
16 February: Prof. Richard Bauckham, “Divine Identity Christology in the Gospel of Mark.”
23 February: Dr. David Moffitt, “Wilderness Identity and Pentateuchal Narrative: Distinguishing between Jesus’ Inauguration and Maintenance of the New Covenant in Hebrews.”
2 March: Dr. Elizabeth Shively, “The σῶμα and the Transformation of Persons in the Letter to the Romans.”
9 March: Prof. N.T. Wright, “Son of Man—Lord Also of the Temple?”
23 March: Dr Alexander Arnold, title tbc.
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