Canterbury cathedral is one of the oldest churches in England. A place of renown, it is the cathedral of the Archbishop of Canterbury and forms part of a World Heritage Site. Amongst its many distinguishing features, its stained-glass […]
These events have now taken place – but to find out about our other, upcoming, Open Days, see: http://www.glos.ac.uk/open/Pages/OpenDays.aspx — As Summer approaches, we look forward to welcoming Religion, Philosophy & Ethics applicants / guests to Open Days […]
Julian Baggini, editor of The Philosopher’s Magazine and previous speaker at our University, has launched a new monthly podcast which is available on iTunes. Episode 1 featured a talk with the Chief Rabbi, Jonathan Sacks and Julian’s visit […]
There are some very interesting radio programmes on Religion and Science from Wisconsin Public Radio at http://www.wpr.org/book/061119a.html – lots to think about here.. (spotted via our friends in Florida at http://unfspb.wordpress.com/ – thanks) D.
Switch the T.V or Radio on right now and you are bound to soon hear about the latest tragic inner-city youth stabbing or person being shot dead for having a slightly different postcode or belonging to a different […]
Canon Andrew White, Vicar of Baghdad, will be coming to Stroud on July 13th. http://www.thisisgloucestershire.co.uk/news/12-15pm-Vicar-Baghdad-visit-county/article-191109-detail/article.html While conflict in the Middle East has a religious undercurrent, Andrew White, uses religion for diplomacy and aid, as a link not a […]