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Social and Economic Ethics and the Basis for Public Policy

Donald Hay, Emeritus Fellow of Jesus College, Oxford, and Emeritus member of Department of Economics, University of Oxford Oxford Developing a Christian Mind programme: Social Sciences Stream September 2016 final draft Available here   Social science has always had a … More »

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Cultivating Virtue in the University 25-26 May, Oxford Character Project & McDonald Centre

Registration now open Conference sponsored by The McDonald Centre for Theology, Ethics and Public Life, the Oxford Character Project, and Wake Forest University Thursday and Friday 25-26 May, 2017, Blue Boar Lecture Theatre, Christ Church, Oxford Historically, moral formation has … More »

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Christians in Academia

How do academic studies and faith relate? How can intellectual life be shaped by and interact with Christian faith? What does it mean to have a character shaped for academic life? At upcoming meals and a drink event, gather with … More »

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Graduate Christian Forum upcoming events

The Oxford Graduate Christian Forum has announced an exciting schedule of events for the current term, featuring Developing a Christian Mind associates Imaobong Umoren, Donald Hay, and Bethan Willis. Find out more on Facebook. See the schedule at the GCF … More »

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Everyday Ethics: McDonald Centre conference, 26-27 May

Everyday Ethics: A Future for Moral Theology? McDonald Centre for Theology, Ethics, and Public Life, University of Oxford 26-27 May 2016 How might a focus on “everyday ethics” shape the discipline and the methods of moral theology and religious ethics? … More »

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The Oxford Character Project

Cultivating wise thinkers and good leaders Each year, Oxford and other world-class universities produce leaders and thinkers who go on to have significant influence and impact around the world, but these institutions devote far less attention to discerning whether they … More »

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Christians in Academia

How do academic studies and faith relate? How can intellectual life be shaped by and interact with Christian faith? What does it mean to have a character shaped for academic life? At upcoming meals and a drink event, gather with … More »

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Veritas Forum: God, Science, and the University

God, Science and the University Prof. Em. John Lennox Tuesday 24 November 7:30pm, Sheldonian Theatre Followed by wine reception opposite, 9:00pm, the Blackwell Hall   Oxford’s ancient Latin motto reads: ‘The Lord is my Light’ – but does God really fit … More »

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Forming a Christian Mind Cambridge

On Saturday 24th October the Jubilee Centre and partners are hosting this year’s ‘Forming a Christian Mind’ conference in Cambridge. This event runs over the course of the afternoon and is a great opportunity for graduate students and young academics … More »

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Biblenomics

Previous DCM contacts Bethany Eckley​, Peter Eckley​, and Andrew Hood are part of the team that is putting a brand new conference, ‘Biblenomics’, to be held this autumn (20th-22nd November) in Berlin. Aimed at economics and finance students (from undergrad … More »

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