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Naked God, StrudwickThe most recent publication by The Revd Canon Vincent Strudwick, GTF Fellow and Bishop John Tinsley Professor of Anglican Theology, has been reviewed by Rev. Dr. Paul Kirbas, Paul Tillich Professor of Theology and Culture at the GTF.… Continue reading

Footnotes: Animal Ethics Summer School in Oxford

Animal Ethics Summer School

The Second Oxford Summer School on Animal Ethics will be held from July 26-29, 2015, at St. Stephen’s House, an Anglican theological foundation and Permanent Private Hall in the University of Oxford. Welcoming over 100 academics, the organizing body of… Continue reading

Animal ethics summer school call for papers

animal ethics ocae call for papers

Animal Ethics: Call for Papers for 2015 from the Oxford Centre for Animal Ethics

Second Oxford Summer School on Animal Ethics

“The Ethics of Using Animals in Research”

26-29 July 2015 at St Stephen’s House, Oxford

In 1947, Oxford don… Continue reading

Foundation Footnotes: Faculty Notes

Mt. Olive Hospital in Okinawa, headed by CEO Dr. Shinichi Tagami (see faculty note below)

Mt. Olive Hospital in Okinawa, headed by CEO Dr. Shinichi Tagami (see faculty note below)

The Rev. Fr. Jorge R. Colón, C.Ss.R., François-Xavier Durrwell Professor of Religious Studies, has recently served as Thesis Supervisor for several GTF students. … Continue reading

Foundation Footnotes: Faculty Notes

October 2013 (Vol. LI, Issue #10)

LinzeyThe Rev’d Dr. Andrew Linzey, Henry Bergh Professor of Animal Ethics, recently published an article, “Is Religion Bad for Animals?” at The Huffington Post.  Dr. Linzey is the Director of the… Continue reading

Foundation Footnotes: June 2013 — Faculty Notes

June 2013 (Vol. LI, Issue #6)

 

GibbonsThe Rev’d Canon Dr. Robin Gibbons, Fellow and Alexander Schmemann Professor of Eastern Christianity and Dean of Studies of Foundation House/Oxford, writes a Sunday Reflection for the Independent Catholic News.  Read… Continue reading