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Many of the events organised by the Centre have been recorded, and can be found on YouTube.

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Past events

Here is a list by month of our past events. Many of the events are recorded and are available on the Centre's YouTube playlist.

Centre for Theology and Public Issues YouTube playlist

November

Students, citizens and surveillance: Technology, theology and the future of education and democracy

Wednesday 11 November 2020

Students, citizens and surveillance: Technology, theology and the future of education and democracy

September

Zoom panel discussion: The End of Life Choice Act 2019 referendum

Tuesday 8 September 2020

Reverend Dr Jordan Redding, Otago Tertiary Chaplaincy, chairs a panel discussion with panellists from Medical, bioethics and theological perspectives.

August

Panel discussion: The cannabis legalisation and control referendum

Monday 31 August 2020

Professor David Tombs, Centre for Theology and Public Issues, chairs a discussion with panellists from Māori, health, welfare and theological perspectives.

Hovels, Havens and Homes: Just Housing and Healthy Communities

Tuesday 11 August 2020

June

James Cone, The Cross and the Lynching Tree

Tuesday, 30 June 2020 presented by Professor David Tombs, Faith Thinking by Zoom.

May

David Sheppard: between the pulpit and the crease

Thursday 21 May, Professor Emeritus Andrew Bradstock, Department of Theology, Religion and Philosophy, University of Winchester, Faith Thinking by Zoom.

Bishop David Sheppard: a case study in effective public theology

Tuesday 19 May, Professor Emeritus Andrew Bradstock, Department of Theology, Religion and Philosophy, University of Winchester, Faith Thinking by Zoom.

March

Corrymeela: A Ministry of Reconciliation Amidst Fractured Communities in Northern Ireland and Beyond

Although Pádraig Ó Tuama was not able to stay for his events with the Centre, he kindly recorded this lecture for us to share. Many thanks Pádraig!

Pádraig is a former leader of Corrymeela, and in this lecture he discusses the conflict in and about Northern Ireland. Corrymeela’s mission addresses the human tendency to divide the world into ‘them’ and ‘us.’

Listen to 'Corrymeela: A Ministry of Reconciliation Amidst Fractured Communities in Northern Ireland and Beyond'