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Gifford Lectures 2018 - Professor N.T. Wright - Lecture 4, 21st February 2018

4 – The End of the World? Eschatology and Apocalyptic in Historical Perspective

Gifford Lectures 2018 - Professor N.T. Wright - Lecture 3, 19th February 2018

3 – The Shifting Sand: The Meanings of ‘History’

Gifford Lectures 2018 - Professor N.T. Wright - Lecture 2, 14th February 2018

2 – The Questioned Book: Critical Scholarship and the Gospels

Gifford Lectures 2018 - Professor N.T. Wright - Lecture 1, 12th February 2018

1 – The Fallen Shrine: Lisbon 1755 and the Triumph of Epicureanism

Prof. Jeffrey Stout - Religion and the Politics of Explanation

6 – Religion and the Politics of Explanation

Prof. Jeffrey Stout - Slavishness, Democracy, and the Death of God

5 – Slavishness, Democracy, and the Death of God

Prof. Jeffrey Stout - Abolitionism, Political Religion, and Secularism

4 – Abolitionism, Political Religion, and Secularism

Prof. Jeffrey Stout - Why Religion, Faith, and Freedom Proved Hard to Reconcile

3 – Why Religion, Faith, and Freedom Proved Hard to Reconcile

Prof. Jeffrey Stout - Early Modern Critics of Tyranny and Oppression

2 – Early Modern Critics of Tyranny and Oppression

Prof. Jeffrey Stout - Religion since Cicero

1 – Religion since Cicero

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