Conference 2017: The Bible in Politics

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February 9, 2017 by James Crossley

The next conference to be hosted by the Centre for the Social-Scientific Study of the Bible, St Mary’s University is…

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The topics will be broad ranging and will involve critical analyses of uses of the Bible in politics in a range of geographical and cultural contexts roughly within the timeframe of capitalist modernity. There are more confirmed speakers too. Further details to come over the next few weeks.

MORE CONFIRMED SPEAKERS! Including:

Lesleigh Cushing (Colgate University)

Tarcisius Mukuka (St Mary’s University)

Robert Myles (Murdoch University)

Hannah Strømmen (University of Chichester)

Fatima Tofighi (University of Qom)

David Tollerton (University of Exeter)

Taylor Weaver (University of Kent)

Here is the link for registration: http://www.ticketsource.co.uk/event/169437

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5 thoughts on “Conference 2017: The Bible in Politics

  1. Jim says:

    Reblogged this on Zwinglius Redivivus and commented:
    Attend if you can. If you dare.

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  2. Ky-Chun So says:

    I am intetested in this conference

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  3. […] The forthcoming Bible and Politics conference at St Mary’s University (2-3 June, 2017) is drawing near. As you will no doubt be aware, it will involve critical analyses of uses of the Bible in politics in a range of geographical and cultural contexts roughly within the timeframe of capitalist modernity. The keynote speaker is Erin Runions. For details about thr conference see here.  […]

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  4. […] on speakers has been updated here. More details on titles and topics to come […]

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  5. […] of contemporary politics and possibly predict the election outcome with a 3% margin of error. In addition to Erin Runion’s headline act, here are some of the topics to be covered in the forthcoming Bible in Politics […]

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