”Theology of Religions” is among the most burning issues within Christian theology today. Systematic and fundamental theologians, as well as specialists in non-Christian religions, will study and discuss different ways of handling conflicting truth claims and religious narratives between religions.
Last weekend, 8th–10th September, a group of Edinburgh PhD students in Hebrew Bible/Old Testament participated at the Annual Meeting of OTSEM (Old Testament Studies: Epistemologies and Methods), which was hosted by the University of Helsin
The Luce Foundation for Theological Education has awarded a $425,000 grant to the School of Divinity to establish a Global Network of Christian-Muslim Studies. The collaborative grant will be administered by the School and the Network is led by Dr Joshua Ralston, principal investigator, and Prof Mona Siddiqui, co-investigator, in conjunction with an international network of scholars and public leaders.
The new book by Dr Purvis, Theology and the University in Nineteenth-Century Germany examines the dual transformation of institutions and ideas that led to the emergence of theology as science, the paradigmatic project of modern theology associated with Friedrich Schleiermacher.
Principal of New College, Professor David Fergusson has been awarded an OBE as part of the celebrations marking the Queen's 90th birthday. The award is in recognition for services to education, the arts, and the Church of Scotland.
An independent review into the application of Sharia Law in England and Wales has been launched by Home Secretary Theresa May today and will be chaired by Professor Mona Siddiqui, Professor of Islamic Studies and Christian-Muslim Relations at the School of Divinity.
We are pleased to announce that our Hon Fellow, Stephen Holmes has had his book Sacred Signs in Reformation Scotland: Interpreting Worship, 1488-1590 (Oxford University Press) shortlisted for the Whitfield Prize given by the Royal Historical Society.