This semester, the research seminar will begin with three sessions (following an afternoon introduction) discussing Prof. Judith Wolfe’s Hulsean Lectures, recently delivered at the University of Cambridge. Subsequent weeks will feature home and guest speakers, who will present their work and open it for discussion. The seminar will be held jointly with the Logos Institute.
The weekly seminar will take place as follows:
11.30-12.45pm Joint Theology & Logos Seminar in the Senate Room
Seminars will be in person and will not be live-streamed.
All are also warmly invited to some college-wide events taking place before and after the seminar:
11-11.20am Morning Prayer in St Mary’s College Hall (open to all who would like to attend)
1-1.45pm Bring-your-own lunch in the Senior Common Room (coffee, tea, water and biscuits provided)
If you are not on the Theology Research Seminar list or the Logos Seminar list, and would like to receive reminders and texts, please email the seminar assistant, Christian Kalmbach, at ck236.
Discussing the 2022 Hulsean Lectures: The Theological Imagination (with Prof Judith Wolfe)
Friday, 13 Jan 2023, 3.30pm: Introducing the Hulsean Lectures (Lecture 1)
18 Jan 2023: Discussing Lecture 2
25 Jan 2023: Discussing Lecture 3
1 Feb 2023: Discussing Lectures 4-5
8 Feb 2023: Rev Dr Jared Michelson (Cornerstone Church)
15 Feb 2023: Dr Dafydd Daniel (St Andrews)
22 Feb 2023: Dr Lucy Peppiatt (Westminster Theological Centre)
1 Mar 2023: Spring break – no seminar
8 Mar 2023: Dr Matthew Puffer (Valparaiso University) “The Development of Augustine’s Doctrine of the Image of God”
15 Mar 2023: Dr N. Gray Sutanto (Reformed Theological Seminary, Washington, D.C.)
22 Mar 2023: Rev Dr Olli-Pekka Vainio (University of Helsinki) “The Problem of Certainty of Faith, or Why Christians Must be Fallibilists”
29 Mar 2023: Atonement Matters day conference on 31 Mar – no seminar this day