‘Chance or Providence?: Religious Perspectives on Divine Action'.
University of Chester
Thursday 5th September to Saturday 7th September 2013.
The Forum's conference will concern the current state of the debate about divine action. This year's Gowland Lecture will be given by Professor Philip Clayton. Other speakers include Mark Harris, Daniel Langton, Bethany Sollereder, Rabie E Abdul-Halim, and Christopher Knight. The conference is open to members and non-members of the Forum.
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The Peacocke Student Essay Prize
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