A Christian Ethics conference taking place from October 24th - October 25th. Sponsored by the Kirby Laing Institute for Christian Ethics and the Department of Divinity and Religious Studies.
What is the significance of the Reformation and its legacy for Christian ethics? Is there a distinctly Protestant contribution to contemporary ethical debates and discussions? What is this contribution and in what ways should it be pursued today? This conference will aim to address and clarify these and related questions.
Michael Banner, Cambridge University
Brian Brock, University of Aberdeen
Stanley Hauerwas, Duke University
Jennifer Herdt, Yale Divinity School
Paul Martens, Baylor University
Michael Mawson, University of Aberdeen
Gerald McKenny, University of Notre Dame
Rachel Muers, University of Leeds
Hans Ulrich, Erlangen University