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Physics Seminar by Prof Russell Cowburn FRS

Physics Seminar by Prof Russell Cowburn FRS

Physics Seminar at Forming a Christian Mind Conference by Prof Russell Cowburn FRS.

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One Cheer for Presuppositionalism by Dr Tom Simpson

One Cheer for Presuppositionalism by Dr Tom Simpson

Dr Tom Simpson is Associate Professor of Philosophy and Public Policy at the Blavatnik School of Government, University of Oxford.  This seminar explores the nature of Christian philosophy: Is there such a thing? What are its tasks? What are its sources? It uses the American movement known as ‘Presuppositionalism’ as a largely cautionary case study.

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Faith-based Philosophical Aesthetics by Dr Adrienne Chaplin

Faith-based Philosophical Aesthetics by Dr Adrienne Chaplin

Dr Adrienne Chaplin taught philosophical aesthetics and is co-author of Art and Soul: Signposts for Christians in the Arts (IVP Academic, 2011). This seminar explores how a faith based philosophical aesthetics may shed light on the role and nature of art in a time of shifting meaning.

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Seeking truth in academia by Dr David Vosburg

Seeking truth in academia by Dr David Vosburg

Dr David Vosburg is Associate Professor of Chemistry at Harvey Mudd College in Claremont, California. In his seminar at the Jubilee Centre Forming a Christian Mind Conference, he addresses the topic, ‘Seeking truth in academia: the importance of community, compatibility, and creativity’.

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Forming a Christian Mind 2014

Forming a Christian Mind 2014

Join us for our Cambridge Conference on 26th April 2014 at St Andrew’s Street Baptist Church

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After 20 years (1983-2003)

After 20 years (1983-2003)

Jubilee Centre, March 2003 The Jubilee Centre has been working for social change for 20 years! Is that not cause for celebration? From its inception, the Jubilee Centre has sought to explore biblical social teaching – focusing particularly on the OT model – and to find practical ways to effect change accordingly. Since 1983, multiple […]

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