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Nigel Biggar

Series featuring Nigel Biggar

  • Ethics, Law and Armed Conflict
  • Oh What a Lovely War? First World War Anniversary Lectures
  • TORCH | The Oxford Research Centre in the Humanities
  • Keble College
  • Oriel College Chapel Services
# Episode Title Description People Date
1 Too Valuable to Die? Silke Ackermann, Nigel Biggar and Liz Bruton debate the ethics of science and scientists going to war Silke Ackermann, Nigel Biggar, Liz Bruton 14 Oct 2015
2 Where's the Virtue in the Humanities? How can the Liberal Humanities own up to – and promote – its public service as a matrix of civic virtue? Nigel Biggar, Donald Drakeman, Steven Biel, Jonathan Bate 04 Mar 2014
3 Creative Commons 1914–1918: Was Britain Right to Fight? The Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology, Canon of Christ Church, and author of In Defence of War (2013) analyses Britain's belligerency in terms of Christian just war reasoning, and concludes that it was justified. Nigel Biggar 13 Feb 2014
4 Creative Commons The Horror or the Glory?: Terence Malick's The Thin Red Line Sermon preached at Oriel College Chapel on 26 May 2013 by the Regius Professor of Moral and Pastoral Theology on the theological questions posed by Malick's film. Nigel Biggar 27 May 2013
5 Creative Commons Religion in War and Peace Professor Nigel Biggar (Oxford), Professor Tony Coady (CAPPE) and Dr Rama Mani (Oxford) discuss the issue of religion in war and peace as part of the ELAC/CCW lecture series. Moderated by Jennifer Welsh (Oxford). Nigel Biggar, Tony Coady, Rama Mani, Jennifer Welsh 21 May 2012
6 Creative Commons Can the West Live with Islam? Sir Jonathan Phillips of Keble College, Oxford, chairs a debate between Professor Nigel Biggar, Theology Faculty, University of Oxford, and Islamic Studies lecturer, Tim Winter, University of Cambridge; on the topic : Can the West Live with Islam? Nigel Biggar, Timothy Winter, Jonathan Phillips 17 Feb 2012