11.30–1.00: Two staff presentations (30 mins each with 30 mins questions)
The Human Being as Sign in Augustine’s De doctrina christiana
Christ, Self and History: Theological Anthropology in the Making
2.20-5.00: PhD Student Presentations in two groups (20 mins with 15 mins questions; order and groups TBC)
John de Jong
George MacDonald and Calvin: Analogue and Digital Truth
‘Of the wordes of Jesu’: Meditations on the Seven Last Words in Symon Appulby’s The Fruyte of Redempcyon
A Theological Anatomy of the Priestly Identity in the light of the Old Testament
Wanted – Dead or Alive? A Reconsideration of Metaphor and the Actuality of Atonement
Kant and Augustine on Evil: A Reconciliation
Honouring the body in James McAuley’s Pieta and Simone Mangos’ When She Was Thirteen.
The divisive and uniting forces of the ‘body’ of Brahma and Christ: Towards constructing a ‘Transforming Theology’ focussing on the dynamic and positive meaning of ‘Dalit’
Karsten van Sander
The Relationship between Providence and Personhood in Schleiermacher
5.30- 7.00 Christoph Schwöbel (1 hour + 30 mins questions)
‘No man is an island’. Colin Gunton’s Theological Anthropology and John Donne’s Devotions Upon Emergent Occasions.
Judging by this programme, I’d say that this is looking to be a very promising day and well worth £15.00. If you haven’t booked yet, do so by contacting Jacob Philips. And hurry!