The School of Divinity launched the 2013/14 academic session with an opening Lecture delivered by Professor Susan Hardman-Moore on "Time".
The lecture considers how 'time' was understood and experienced in the early modern period. It discusses how, in Reformed protestantism, time gained fresh significance as a rich dimension of the sacred world. This reflects my interest in mapping out the 'mental landscape' of the people we call 'puritans'.
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The School of Divinity launched the 2012/13 academic session with an opening Lecture delivered by Professor Wentzel van Huyssteen (Princeton Theological Seminary) on "The Self and Symbolic Behavior: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on the Evolution of Religion".
This article was published on Dec 2, 2013