Religious pluralism and the modern world: An ongoing philosophical engagement with John Hick

Locations
University of Birmingham, Selly Oak Campus, Orchard Learning Resource Centre, Weoley Park Road
Date(s)
Thursday 10th (09:00) - Friday 11th March 2011 (17:15)
Contact

Contact: Sharada Sugirtharajah or Yujin Nagasawa
Email: v.s.sugirtharajah@bham.ac.uk or y.nagasawa@bham.ac.uk

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This two-day Symposium, held in honour of Emeritus Professor John Hick, celebrates the work of one of the most prominent, original and influential British theologians and philosophers of religion. Hick has initiated new and challenging ways of thinking about disputed questions in philosophy of religion and theology and his ideas have generated a lively debate.

The Symposium brings together contributions from renowned scholars of international standing (and emerging scholars) who have over the years engaged with Hick’s writings. The Symposium will offer an up-to-date coverage of a wide and immensely rich spectrum of views on varied aspects of Hick’s voluminous work.

For more information visit http://www.ptr.bham.ac.uk/news/events/Hick_Symposium.shtml