Christian Love and Forgiveness in the Context of Human Conflict
Monday, April 08, 2013   -   7:30 PM
Location:  Knobloch Campus Center Alvarez- Smith 900 Room

Christian Love and Forgiveness in the Context of Human Conflict

Nigel Biggar

Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology and director of the McDonald Centre for theology, ethics and public life, University of Oxford, UK

Monday, April 8, 7:30–9 p.m.

C. Shaw Smith 900 Room, Alvarez College Union

 

Nigel Biggar’s research interests include the formative bearing of religious concepts on moral life; the contribution of religion to the health of liberal societies; the development of a concept of 'public reason' that permits the engagement of metaphysically contradictory positions; theories of natural law; the theology and ethics of national identity and loyalty, of forgiveness, of killing (especially in relation to suicide, euthanasia and war), of military intervention and of burying the past after civil conflict; the vocation of universities. Additional information about Professor Biggar is available at http://www.chch.ox.ac.uk/college/profile/academics/nigel-biggar

 

Funded by the Davidson College Religion Department, Samuel D. Maloney Lecture Series on the Study of Religion and Society and co-sponsored by the Office of the President and the Vann Center for Ethics. Free and open to the public. For further info, contact ethics@davidson.edu





Event Type:  Lecture
Contact:  MacIntyre, Amber P
E-mail:  ammacintyre@davidson.edu