School of Divinity

History of Christianity

Mondays, 4.10-5.30pm, Althaus-Reid Room (unless otherwise indicated)

This listing includes notices of two Saturday conferences by other organisations which are taking place in Edinburgh and which may be of interest. 

Everyone is warmly invited to our seminars.

Semester 1: Autumn 2019

Date  Speaker/event Topic

30 September

Welcome Social Gathering

 

5 October 2019

External conference

10am–4.30 pm on Saturday at Edinburgh Theological Seminary, North Bank Street, Edinburgh

 

Please email Dr Neil Dickson to inform him that you will be attending: ntrdickson@gmail.com

 

Annual conference of the Christianity and History Forum for Scotland

Revd David McCarthy: Evangelicalism in the Scottish Episcopal Church since 1840)

Dr Aaron M. Allen: Women, Marriage and Work in Edinburgh

Dr Brian Talbot: Scottish Baptists 1980-1994

7 October

Dr Sara Parvis

(Edinburgh)

Lies, Damned Lies and Patristics: Gelasius of Caesarea's lost History of the Arian Controversy as the key to Nicene historiography

14 October

Professor Stewart J Brown

(Edinburgh)

Dissolving the ‘Sacred Union’?  The Disestablishment of the Church in Ireland, 1869

21 October

Dr Robert Cotter

(Queen’s, Belfast)

18th-Century Moravianism and the Debate about Evangelicalism

28 October

University public lecture

Gifford Lecture

Playfair Library, 5.30pm

Professor Michael Welker

(Heidelberg)

Human Beings as God’s Image?

2 November

External conference

10am–5pm on Saturday

Edinburgh Theological Seminary, North Bank Street, Edinburgh EH1 2LS (immediately to the east of New College)

 

For registration information, see Eventbrite:  https://www.eventbrite.com/e/scottish-christianity-and-the-world-tickets-66868967883

Scottish Church History Society Autumn Conference

Speakers include:

Professor Dana Robert (Boston)

Professor Brian Stanley (Edinburgh)

Scottish Christianity and the World

4 November

University public lecture

Gifford Lecture

Playfair Library, 5.30pm

Professor Michael Welker

(Heidelberg)

Called to Freedom
11 November

Nathan Hood

(Edinburgh)

Conversion and Religious Emotion in Early Seventeenth-Century Scotland

18 November

Dr Russell Newton

(Edinburgh)

'God's word is a looking-glasse': Ministers and the Bible in Early Modern Scotland

25 November

Dr Kenneth Hughes

(Scottish Episcopal Church)

Liturgical Reform: the Church of Scotland and the Scottish Episcopal Church

2 December

4-6pm, Martin Hall

Wine reception afterwards: Rainy Hall

Book launch

Main speaker: 

Dr Helen Rogers

(Liverpool John Moores) 

 

Dr Laura Mair’s book, 'Religion and Relationships in Ragged Schools: An Intimate History of Educating the Poor, 1844-1870,’ (Routledge)