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1 Reasoning with Plenitude Roger White (MIT) gives the final talk in the New Insights in Religious Epistemology International Conference, held in Oxford in June 2015. Roger White 14 Jul 2015
2 Testimony, Error, and Reasonable Belief in Medieval Religious Epistemology Richard Cross (Notre Dame) gives a talk in the New Insights in Religious Epistemology International Conference, held in Oxford in June 2015. The commentator is Christina Van Dyke, Calvin Richard Cross, Christina Van Dyke 14 Jul 2015
3 Fine-Tuning Fine-Tuning John Hawthorne (Oxford/USC) gives a talk in the New Insights in Religious Epistemology International Conference, held in Oxford in June 2015. John Hawthorne 14 Jul 2015
4 What is Justified Group Belief Jennifer Lackey (Northwestern) gives a talk in the New Insights in Religious Epistemology International Conference, held in Oxford in June 2015. Jennifer Lackey 14 Jul 2015
5 Foundations of the Fine-Tuning Argument Hans Halvorson (Princeton) give a talk in the New Insights in Religious Epistemology International Conference, held in Oxford in June 2015. The commentator is John Pittard (Yale). Hans Halvorson, John Pittard 14 Jul 2015
6 How to Appear to Know that God Exists Keith DeRose (Yale), gives a talk in the New Insights in Religious Epistemology International Conference, held in Oxford in June 2015. The commentator is Jane Friedman (NYU). Keith DeRose, Jane Friedman 14 Jul 2015
7 Show and Tell Paulina Sliwa (Cambridge) gives the first talk in the New Insights in Religious Epistemology International Conference, held in Oxford in June 2015. Paulina Sliwa 14 Jul 2015
8 The Rev’d Mr Bayes and the Life Everlasting Peter van Inwagen (Notre Dame) gives the second talk for the New Insights in Religious Epistemology International Conference, held in Oxford in June 2015. The commentator is Jeffrey Sanford Russell (USC). Peter Van Inwagen, Jeffrey Sanford Russell 14 Jul 2015
9 Phenomenal Conservatism and Religious Belief Richard Swinburne, University of Oxford, gives the first talk in the New Insights in Religious Epistemology International Conference, held in Oxford in June 2015. Richard Swinburne 14 Jul 2015
10 The Unspeakability of Trauma, the Unspeakability of Joy: The Pursuit of the Real at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century A lecture by Amy Hollywood with response from Kate Kirkpatrick and Johannes Depnering. Amy Hollywood, Kate Kirkpatrick, Johannes Depnering 18 Jun 2015
11 Henry Adams, Henry James, and Minnie Temple: The Pursuit of the Real at the Turn of the 20th Century A lecture by Amy Hollywood. Amy Hollywood 18 Jun 2015
12 The Real, the True, and Critique: Mysticism in the Study of Religion A lecture by Amy Hollywood with response from Vincent Gillespie and Joana Serrado. Amy Hollywood, Vincent Gillespie, Joana Serrado, Kate Kilpatrick 18 Jun 2015
13 Creative Commons OxPeace 2015: Themes in the relationship between development and peace Jonathan Granoff gives a talk for Session C of the 2015 OxPeace conference; Peace and the proposed UN Sustainable Development Goals. Jonathan Granoff 16 Jun 2015
14 Creative Commons Oxpeace 2015: ISIL and Islamic responses to extremism Imam Monwar Hussain give a talk for Session B of the 2015 OxPeace conference; Religion in peace and conflict: extreme war-making, didcated peacebuilding. Monawar Hussain 16 Jun 2015
15 OxPeace 2015: In the name of religion: the untold story of faith-based conflict prevention Professor Alpaslan Ozerdem and Laura Payne give a talk for Session B of the 2015 OxPeace conference; Religion in peace and conflict: extreme war-making, didcated peacebuilding Alpaslan Ozerdem, Laura Payne 16 Jun 2015
16 Creative Commons FMR 48 - From the Editors An introductory note on FMR 48, 'Faith and Responses to Displacement', from the Editors. Marion Couldrey, Maurice Herson 04 Jun 2015
17 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Religious leaders unite to disarm hearts and minds In the Central African Republic, where religion has been used as a tool to divide and manipulate the population, religious leaders have come together to promote tolerance and forgiveness as a basis for rebuilding peaceful cohabitation. Monsignor Dieudonné Nzapalainga, Imam Omar Kobine Layama, Pastor Nicolas Guerekoyame Gbangou 04 Jun 2015
18 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Local faith actors and protection in complex and insecure environments Faith leaders, faith-based organisations and local faith communities play a major role in the protection of people affected by conflict, disaster and displacement. Humanitarians, however, have only recently begun to fully appreciate their protection work. James Thomson 04 Jun 2015
19 Creative Commons FMR 48 - The value of accompaniment Friendship and compassionate companionship with the most vulnerable provide a powerful type of humanitarian service giving priority to personal accompaniment. Joe Hampson, Thomas M Crea, Rocío Calvo, Francisco Álvarez 04 Jun 2015
20 Creative Commons FMR 48 - How local faith communities can aid asylum seekers Local faith communities are able to offer assistance to asylum seekers in ways that faith-based organisations, constrained by eligibility criteria, are not. Kelly Barneche, ‘Joe’ 04 Jun 2015
21 Creative Commons FMR 48 - The role of religion in the formation of cross-community relationships Spiritual life is a priority in many conflict-affected communities. It is rarely prioritised by aid agencies, yet may be central to the formation and maintaining of strong and effective cross-community relationships. Sadia Kidwai, Lucy V Moore, Atallah FitzGibbon 04 Jun 2015
22 Creative Commons FMR 48 - The contribution of FBOs working with the displaced Faith-based organisations take from their religious traditions both strong motivations & access to a long history of thinking concerning social and political issues. This can make them ideally placed to fill the gaps in the implementation of human rights David Holdcroft 04 Jun 2015
23 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Faith and the secular: tensions in realising humanitarian principles There is good reason to engage faith-based organisations and local faith communities in humanitarian response but doing so raises challenging issues for the interpretation of humanitarian principles in what some see as a post-secular age. Alastair Ager 04 Jun 2015
24 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Faith motivation and effectiveness: a Catholic experience CAFOD’s ability to partner with other FBOs and communities brings significant advantages for its work with displaced people. However, modern-day humanitarianism does not always sit comfortably alongside some of the practices of the major religions. Robert Cruickshank, Cat Cowley 04 Jun 2015
25 Creative Commons FMR 48 - The dignity of the human person Catholic Social Teaching’s emphasis on the dignity of the human person is a lens that Catholic institutions use to evaluate how we as a global society enhance or threaten the dignity of the human person, especially the most vulnerable of people. Nathalie Lummert 04 Jun 2015
26 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Journeys of a secular organisation in south Lebanon A secular NGO’s experiences in south Lebanon demonstrate that it is possible for non-faith-based organisations to develop productive relationships with faith-based actors without compromising their secular identities. Jason Squire, Kristen Hope 04 Jun 2015
27 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Reflections from the field Working with religious leaders is an essential element of serving local communities, as is an understanding of the religious life of local communities and how belief influences their decision making. Simon Russell 04 Jun 2015
28 Creative Commons FMR 48 - The asylum seeker: a faith perspective An organisation based on faith will listen and try to understand when unjust laws, traditions, cultures or ideologies cause refugees to flee. Flor Maria Rigoni 04 Jun 2015
29 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Christian civil disobedience and indefinite, mandatory immigration detention in Australia A new movement of Christian activists in Australia is using radical direct action to challenge their country’s policy of mandatory detention of asylum seeker children. Marcus Campbell 04 Jun 2015
30 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Guided by humanitarian principles Caritas Luxembourg’s work with refugees, IDPs and migrants in Colombia, Lebanon and Luxembourg offers some examples of the ways in which a faith-based organisation may be advantaged or disadvantaged by its faith basis. Andreas Vogt, Sophie Colsell 04 Jun 2015
31 Creative Commons FMR 48 - A Luxembourg government perspective on faith in partnership While flexible in partnering with agencies best placed to assist affected populations, Luxembourg requires its partners to adhere to humanitarian principles. Max Lamesch 04 Jun 2015
32 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Not in our remit When secular organisations are responding to the needs of displaced people, the religious practices and needs of the communities may not be high on the list of things to be thought about. Maurice Herson 04 Jun 2015
33 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Faith, relief and development: the UMCOR-Muslim Aid model seven years on Seven years ago, a strategic partnership between the United Methodist Committee on Relief and Muslim Aid in Sri Lanka was formalised into a worldwide partnership agreement. Why did the partnership not achieve its goals? Amjad Saleem, Guy Hovey 04 Jun 2015
34 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Church Asylum Church asylum, or sanctuary, is a practice to support, counsel and give shelter to refugees who are threatened with deportation to inhumane living conditions, torture or even death. This practice can be located at the interface of benevolence and politics Birgit Neufert 04 Jun 2015
35 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Offering sanctuary to failed refugee claimants in Canada Despite the anti-refugee sentiment demonstrated by Canada’s recent legislative changes and the government’s hardening attitude towards those in sanctuary, the spirit of resistance and community engagement is alive and well in Canada. Kristin Marshall 04 Jun 2015
36 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Interfaith humanitarian cooperation: a Lutheran perspective The Lutheran World Federation’s experience is that closer cooperation between faith-based organisations of different faiths is both possible and beneficial. Elizabeth Gano 04 Jun 2015
37 Creative Commons FMR 48 - The clash and clout of faith: refugee aid in Ghana and Kenya A case-study from Ghana assesses the importance of a faith-based response to displacement in West Africa, while an example from Kenya highlights problems that can arise in collaborations between secular and faith-based organisations. Elizabeth Wirtz, Jonas Ecke 04 Jun 2015
38 Creative Commons FMR 48 - An inter-religious humanitarian response in the Central African Republic Inter-religious action has played a key role in ensuring that social cohesion and inter-religious mediation remain on the int'l agenda in relation to response in the Central African Republic, where people’s faith is an integral part of their identity Catherine Mahony 04 Jun 2015
39 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Respecting faiths, avoiding harm: psychosocial assistance in Jordan and the United States Both faith-based and secular organisations need to recognise the ways in which religion can provide healing and support but can also cause harm for refugees and asylum seekers. Maryam Zoma 04 Jun 2015
40 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Faith-based humanitarianism in northern Myanmar The response of faith-based organisations to displacement in northern Myanmar has been remarkable but sustaining an open and collaborative relationship with the international community remains an ongoing challenge. Edward Benson, Carine Jaquet 03 Jun 2015
41 Creative Commons FMR 48 - The costs of giving and receiving: dilemmas in Bangkok Local faith-based organisations play a central role in meeting the basic needs of the increasing urban refugee population in Bangkok. This raises challenges for all involved. Sabine Larribeau, Sharonne Broadhead 03 Jun 2015
42 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Faith and the politics of resettlement For some asylum seekers in Turkey, conversion may be an opportunistic strategy to improve resettlement prospects. Shoshana Fine 03 Jun 2015
43 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Principles and proselytising: good practice in Ethiopia Faith-based organisations need to ensure that in providing essential humanitarian assistance they do not exploit the vulnerability of people by proselytising, whether overtly or covertly. Zenebe Desta 03 Jun 2015
44 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Jewish roots of humanitarian assistance The act of assistance is an act of respect for the humanity of others and is not the preserve of any one faith. Ricardo Augman, Enrique Burbinski 03 Jun 2015
45 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Chins in Mizoram state, India: a faith-based response The faith community in Mizoram state in India has played an instrumental role in providing social services, changing perceptions of refugees, and providing access and assistance, reaching the most vulnerable where there's no international presence. Jenny Yang 03 Jun 2015
46 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Engaging IDPs in Sri Lanka: a Buddhist approach A Buddhist Sri Lankan NGO provides an example of how endogenous faith-based civil society organisations can help mobilise IDPs in owning and defining strategies for their own protection. - See more at: http://www.fmreview.org/faith/contents#sthash.Ktl8olu Emily Barry-Murphy, Max Stephenson 03 Jun 2015
47 Creative Commons FMR 48 - An ecumenical organisation for asylum seekers in Switzerland An ecumenical organisation provides socio-pastoral assistance for asylum seekers while they go through the first crucial steps of the asylum proceedings. Susy Mugnes, Felicina Proserpio, Luisa Deponti 03 Jun 2015
48 Creative Commons FMR 48 - African refugees and the particular role of churches in the UK Many churches have the necessary physical and social assets to assist refugees in the community both individually and by bringing them together. Samuel Bekalo 03 Jun 2015
49 Creative Commons FMR 48 - Post-disaster recovery and support in Japan As a locally based faith-based organisation, there were several aspects that enabled Soka Gakkai to contribute effectively to the relief effort following the March 2011 earthquake and tsunami in Japan, responding to both physical and psychological needs. Kimiaki Kawai 03 Jun 2015
50 Creative Commons FMR 48: ‘Welcoming the stranger’ and UNHCR’s cooperation with faith-based organisations Since its creation in 1950, UNHCR has engaged with faith-based organisations, faith communities and faith leaders in carrying out its work. Recently, UNHCR has been more actively exploring the role of faith in humanitarian responses. José Riera, Marie-Claude Poirier 03 Jun 2015
51 Creative Commons FMR 48 - What’s faith got to do with it? Use of the faith-based label demands greater clarification lest it lose coherence and result in adverse policy implications, excluding religiously motivated actors from providing much-needed assistance to displaced communities, particularly inside Syria. Tahir Zaman 03 Jun 2015
52 Creative Commons How to protect your newborn from neonatal death: spirits and infant feeding practices in the Gambia A seminar for the Fertility and Reproduction Group by Sarah O'Neill of the Institute of Tropical Medicine, Antwerp (10 November 2014) Sarah O'Neill 13 Apr 2015
53 Faith and Wisdom in Science A Book at Lunchtime discussion with Tom McLeish, Sally Shuttleworth, John Christie and Ard A. Louis Tom McLeish, Sally Shuttleworth, John Christie, Ard Louis 19 Feb 2015
54 Skeptical Theism and the Future First talk given by Cameron Domenico Kirk-Giannini (Rutgers) at the New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop on Formal Epistemology and Religious Epistemology, Oxford University, 8 December 2014. Cameron Domenico Kirk-Giannini 09 Feb 2015
55 Foundations for an Accuracy-based Approach to Imprecise Credence Second talk given by Jason Konek (Bristol) and Billy Dunaway (Oxford) at the New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop on Formal Epistemology and Religious Epistemology, Oxford University, 8 December 2014. Jason Konek, Billy Dunaway 09 Feb 2015
56 Divine Indifference, or Whatever Third talk given by Jonathan Weisberg (Toronto) at the New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop on Formal Epistemology and Religious Epistemology, Oxford University, 8 December 2014. Jonathan Weisberg 09 Feb 2015
57 Against the Orthodoxy: Rethinking Epistemic Reasons and Pascal's Wager Fourth talk given by Rima Basu (USC) at the New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop on Formal Epistemology and Religious Epistemology, Oxford University, 9 December 2014. Rima Basu 09 Feb 2015
58 Salvaging Pascal's Wager Fifth talk given by Liz Jackson (Nortre Dame) at the New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop on Formal Epistemology and Religious Epistemology, Oxford University, 9 December 2014. Liz Jackson 09 Feb 2015
59 Updating on Evil Sixth and final talk given by Professor Roger White (MIT) at the New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop Formal Epistemology and Religious Epistemology, Oxford University, 9 December 2014. Roger White 06 Feb 2015
60 Can there be an anthropology of religion? A discussion of the anthropology of Hinduism and the difficulties of categorizing religion. Anthropology Departmental Seminar by David Gellner of Oxford (5 December 2014) David Gellner 29 Jan 2015
61 Creative Commons The Ideal Refugees: Gender, Islam and the Sahwari Politics of Survivial [Book event] Seminar given on 22 October 2014 by Dr Fiddian-Qasmiyeh (University College London and the Refugee Studies Centre), part of the RSC Michaelmas term 2014 Public Seminar Series. Elena Fiddian-Qasmiyeh 08 Dec 2014
62 Associationism, Pluralism and Postliberalism: the theopolitical legacy of David Nicholls and current British politics 2014 David Nicholls Memorial Lecture, given by Professor John Milbank, University of Nottingham John Milbank 05 Nov 2014
63 Marett Memorial Lecture 2014: How to capture the wow. Awe and the study of religion Professor Birgit Meyer delivered the 2014 Marett Memorial Lecture on the interplay of religious things and bodily sensations. Introduced by James Grant. 2 May 2014 Birgit Meyer 02 Oct 2014
64 Creative Commons Epistemic Intuitions and Defeaters for Noninferential Religious Belief Sixth and final talk given by Professor Michael Bergmann (Purdue) at the Defeat and Religious Epistemology for the New Insights and Directions in Religious Epistemology Workshop, Oxford University on 17th March 2014 Michael Bergmann 15 Jul 2014
65 Creative Commons Defeaters, Proper Functioning, and the Evolutionary Argument against Naturalism Fifth talk given by Professor Edward Wierenga (Rochester) at the Defeat and Religious Epistemology for the New Insights and Directions in Religious Epistemology Workshop Oxford University held on 17th March 2014 Edward Wierenga 15 Jul 2014
66 Creative Commons Fundamental Disagreements and Defeat Fourth talk given by Professor John Pittard (Yale Divinity School) at the Defeat and Religious Epistemology for the New Insights and Directions in Religious Epistemology Workshop, Oxford University on 18th March 2014 John Pittard 15 Jul 2014
67 Creative Commons Defeat, Testimony, and Miracles First talk given by Dr Charity Anderson (Oxford) at the Defeat and Religious Epistemology from the New Insights and Directions in Religious Epistemology Workshop Oxford University on 17th March 2014 Charitt Anderson 15 Jul 2014
68 Epistemic Trust in Oneself and Others – An Argument from Analogy Lizzie Fricker (Oxford), gives the sixth presentation Testimony and Religious Epistemology workshop, held on 24th and 25th June 2014 by New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop, Oxford University Lizzie Fricker, Mikkel Gerken 08 Jul 2014
69 Limits on Religious Testimony: Lessons on Morality Laura Callahan (Oxford) gives the fifth presentation at the Testimony and Religious Epistemology workshop, held on 24th and 25th June 2014 by New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop Oxford University. Laura Callahan, Peter Graham 08 Jul 2014
70 Can Anti-Reductionism in the Epistemology of Testimony aid the case of Justified Religious Belief? Sandford Goldberg (Northwestern) gives the fourth presentation at the Testimony and Religious Epistemology held on 24th and 25th June 2014 by New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop, Oxford University. Sandford Goldberg, John Hawthorne 08 Jul 2014
71 An internalist, evidentialist, foundationalist, reductionist, egoist and otherwise unpopular account of testimonial justification Trent Dougherty (Baylor), gives the second presentation at the Testimony and Religious Epistemology workshop, held on 24th and 25th June 2014 by New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop Oxford University. Trent Dougherty 08 Jul 2014
72 Can historians write the History of Sport? The Annual Founder's Lecture is given by eminent historian and Emeritus Research Fellow, Dr Ross McKibbin is entitled 'Can historians write the History of Sport?' Ross McKibbin 27 May 2014
73 The sharia as a vocation: Islam, law and civility in Lebanon This discussion of sharia discourse in different contexts focuses on the experiences of four individuals. An anthropology departmental seminar by Morgan Clarke (ISCA, Oxford) Morgan Clarke 28 Apr 2014
74 Monopolizing God: The Politics of Religion and Citizens' Rights Today Is the discourse of God getting monopolized for political reasons? How are citizens’ rights to be safeguarded if the will of the people and the interpretations of the will of God are not always aligned? Nelufar Heyadar, Tariq Ramadan, Anicée Van Engeland, Monica Toft 24 Mar 2014
75 Creative Commons “If you do not want to see God’s hand in everything, even in the most unbearable, you are lost.” Experiencing the First World War Alongside Kaiser Wilhelm II Leeds University's Professor of Central European History, editor of An Improbable War?The Outbreak of World War I and European Politicsl Culture before 1914, views the war through the letters of one of the Kaiser's generals to his wife. Holger Afflerbach 04 Mar 2014
76 Under Eastern Eyes: The Raj in Modern Indian Memory Dr. Misra, Lecturer in Modern History at Oxford University and a Fellow of Keble College, gives a talk on The Raj in Modern Indian Memory. Maria Misra 28 Feb 2014
77 Creative Commons The War and English Religion Merton College's Tutor in History, an historian of 20th century Britain, argues that English Christianity survived the First World War rather better than is often assumed. Matthew Grimley 25 Feb 2014
78 Rowan Williams, Lecture: ‘Faith and Human Flourishing: religious belief and ideals of maturity’? Rowan Williams, visiting professor in Interfaith Studies, gives a lecture on religious beliefs and human flourishing Rowan Williams 12 Feb 2014
79 Rowan Williams, In Conversation with Jon Snow Rowan Williams, visiting professor in Interfaith Studies, in conversation with Channel 4 News anchor Jon Snow Rowan Williams, Jon Snow 12 Feb 2014
80 Rowan Williams; Faith, Force and Authority: does religious belief change our understanding of how power works in society? Dr Williams, Master of Magdalene College, University of Cambridge, gives a talk on religious belief and how it relates to power in sociey Rowan Williams 12 Feb 2014
81 The Five Pillars of Islam Yousef Jameel Curator of Islamic Art at the Ashmolean discusses The Five Pillars of Islam using objects from the Oxford University Museums. Dr Francesca Leoni 20 Nov 2013
82 Creative Commons Conceptualizing new age and neopagan ritual (17 May 2013) In this seminar, Professor Michael Houseman (l'École pratique des hautes études, Paris) presents a brief analysis of several small ceremonies to make a theoretical argument about ritual in a new age and neopagan context. Michael Houseman 13 Nov 2013
83 Creative Commons What is faith? New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology lecture by Dan Howard-Snyder (Washington), 29th October 2013. Dan Howard-Snyder 06 Nov 2013
84 Combining Freedom and Diversity: The Challenge of Religious Difference Legal philosopher Martha Nussbaum gave the 2013 Dahrendorf Lecture, exploring how to live with religious diversity. Martha Nussbaum 21 Jun 2013
85 Creative Commons Safe Disbelief Religious Epistemology and the Safety Condition for Knowledge, New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop, 12th-13th June 2013. Day one 1st paper by Julien Dutant. Comments from Yoaav Isaacs and chaired by Charity Anderson. Julien Dutant, Yoaav Isaacs, Charity Anderson 20 Jun 2013
86 Creative Commons Are We Luminous? Religious Epistemology and the Safety Condition for Knowledge, New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop, 12th-13th June 2013. Day one 2nd paper by Amia Srinivasan. Comments from Clayton Littlejohn and chaired by Matthew Benton. Amia Srinivasan, Clayton Littlejohn, Matthew Benton 20 Jun 2013
87 Creative Commons Knowledge and Safety Religious Epistemology and the Safety Condition for Knowledge, New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop, 12th-13th June 2013. Day one 3rd paper by Duncan Pritchard. Chaired by Declan Smithies. Duncan Pritchard, Declan Smithies 20 Jun 2013
88 Creative Commons When does Data Count as Evidence? Reflections on CORNEA, Safety and Sensitivity Religious Epistemology and the Safety Condition for Knowledge, New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop, 12th-13th June 2013. Day two 1st paper by Patrick Bondy. Comments from Sara Kier Praëm and chaired by Emil Moeller. Patrick Bondy, Sara Kier Praëm, Emil Moeller 20 Jun 2013
89 Creative Commons Knowledge by Way of Prophecy Religious Epistemology and the Safety Condition for Knowledge, New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop, 12th-13th June 2013. Day two 2nd paper by Dani Rabinowitz. Comments Rachel Fraser, chaired by Daniel Berntson. Dani Rabinowitz, Rachel Fraser, Daniel Berntson 20 Jun 2013
90 Creative Commons Safety, Simplicity and Abduction. Religious Epistemology and the Safety Condition for Knowledge, New Insights and Directions for Religious Epistemology Workshop held in Oxford University on 12th-13th June 2013. Day two 3rd paper by Tim Williamson. Chaired by Jeffrey Russell. Tim Williamson, Jeffrey Russell 20 Jun 2013
91 Creative Commons Our Religious Traditions in a long Historical Perspective Professor Abdou Filali-Ansary gives a lecture for the Humanitas lecture series on Interfaith Studies. Abdou Filali-Ansary 28 May 2013
92 Creative Commons Two Concepts of Sharia? Professor Abdou Filali-Ansary gives a lecture for the Humanitas lecture series on Interfaith Studies. Abdou Filali-Ansary 28 May 2013
93 Creative Commons One Century of 'Liberal islam': Where do we find ourselves now? Professor Abdou Filali-Ansary gives a lecture for the Humanitas lecture series on Interfaith Studies. Abdou Filali-Ansary 28 May 2013
94 Creative Commons Resisting Apologetics: What can we learn from Ibn Rushd and our contemporaries? Professor Abdou Filali-Ansary gives a lecture for the Humanitas lecture series on Interfaith Studies. Abdou Filali-Ansary 28 May 2013
95 Creative Commons Early Modern Catholicism Network Clare Copeland and Jan Machielsen talk about a new hub to encourage, enhance, and promote research touching on all aspects of early modern Catholicism from across the academic disciplines. Jan Machielsen, Clare Copeland 24 May 2013
96 Creative Commons What Makes a Belief Believable? Graham Ward Inaugural Lecture Graham Ward is the Regius Professor Divinity, Christ Church, University of Oxford and a Canon of the Cathedral. Here, he gives his inaugural lecture as Regius Professor of Divinity on What makes a belief believable. Graham Ward 22 May 2013
97 Creative Commons Biblical Criticism and the Decline of America's Biblical Civilisation, 1865-1918: 2013 Astor Lecture The Faculty of Theology and Religion will host Professor Mark Noll (University of Notre Dame) as the Astor Lecturer in Trinity Term 2013. Mark Noll 22 May 2013
98 Divine kingdoms in the western Himalayas This Anthropology Departmental Seminar (22 February 2013) by William Sax of the South Asia Institute, University of Heidelberg, focuses on 'oracular authority and distributed agency' in the western Himalayas. William Sax 18 Apr 2013
99 The Biography of the Holy Ghost In this Anthropology Departmental Seminar (12 October 2012), Dr Ramon Sarró explores a prophetic landscape in Lower Congo. Ramon Sarró 18 Apr 2013
100 On Two Ultimately Unsuccessful Objections to Pragmatic Encroachment Religious Epistemology, Contextualism, and Pragmatic Encroachment, New Insights and Directions in Religious Epistemology Workshop held in Oxford University on 13th-14th March 2013. The commentator is Jane Friedman. Jeremy Fantl, Matthew McGrath 09 Apr 2013