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Myths of Mary and the married Jesus: how popular culture is affecting scholarship

Myths of Mary and the married Jesus: how popular culture is affecting scholarship

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Watch the lecture given by Professor Mark Goodacre.
Date:
08/02/2013
Why extreme Islamists are intent on destroying cultural artifacts

Why extreme Islamists are intent on destroying cultural artifacts

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Professor David Thomas comments
Date:
05/02/2013
Notes on a scandal: the persistence of the sacred and the profane in the modern world

Notes on a scandal: the persistence of the sacred and the profane in the modern world

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Professor Gordon Lynch, Professor of Modern Theology at the University of Kent, opened this year's Cadbury Lecture series.
Date:
29/01/2013
Alumni news: making churchgoing more appealing to the deaf community

Alumni news: making churchgoing more appealing to the deaf community

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A member of the Anglican clergy who was born profoundly deaf is fronting a move to make churchgoing more appealing to the deaf community in Rochdale.
Date:
28/01/2013
Adaptive and transformative: An analysis of contemporary Western-Islamic Reformist approaches

Adaptive and transformative: An analysis of contemporary Western-Islamic Reformist approaches

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Part of the Islamic Studies Seminar series. Speaker: Azmi Hj Mohammed
Date:
18/01/2013
Theological geographies of mid-nineteenth century Palestine

Theological geographies of mid-nineteenth century Palestine

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Part of the Islamic Studies Seminar series. Speaker: Alison Dingle
Date:
18/01/2013
PhD project available at ITSEE

PhD project available at ITSEE

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Candidate sought to work on Pauline catena manuscripts in conjunction with the ERC-funded COMPAUL project.
Date:
19/12/2012
Electronic transcription of Codex Bezae

Electronic transcription of Codex Bezae

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Publication of a full electronic transcription of Codex Bezae in collaboration with Cambridge University Library.
Date:
14/12/2012
CMR1900 project begins

CMR1900 project begins

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CMR1900 aims to bring together the known writings by Christians and Muslims about one another and against one another in the period 1500-1900. Its scope is global, with the intention of identifying and analysing these works in all parts of the world.
Date:
01/11/2012
Call for Papers for 2013 Colloquium

Call for Papers for 2013 Colloquium

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Call for Papers for the Eighth Birmingham Colloquium on the Textual Criticism of the New Testament
Date:
31/10/2012
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