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What has our nation learnt from war?

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What has our nation learnt from war?

By: Shirley Williams

Baroness Shirley Williams asks what the nation has learnt from the experience of war, reflecting on the changing role of civilians in warfare, the development of technology and international law,...

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Category: PodcastsGuest speakersLectures from St Martin-in-the-Fields

Living Without Enemies in Northern Ireland

By: Duncan Morrow

Duncan Morrow explores peace and reconciliation as 'the transformation of a relationship', through the prism of the Northern Ireland peace process. Duncan Morrow lectures in politics and is responsible for developing...

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Can there ever be a ‘just war?’

By: The Revd Dr Sam Wells

What is a 'just war'? Has one ever really happened? And under what circumstances might it happen in future? The vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields Revd Dr Sam Wells explores the...

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Category: PodcastsLectures from St Martin-in-the-FieldsThe Revd Dr Sam Wells

The Art of Peacebuilding

By: Various

Inspirational community activist Marcia Owen in conversation with vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields Revd Dr Sam Wells. Shortly after arriving in North Carolina in 2005, a local pastor took Sam Wells to...

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Category: PodcastsGuest speakersLectures from St Martin-in-the-FieldsThe Revd Dr Sam Wells

On the Frontiers of Atheism

By: Richard Kearney

Anatheism, or "God after God," is the theme of Richard Kearney's talk: the final in our Autumn Education Series 2013. Drawing on the Bible, literature and his own philosophical reflections...

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On the Frontiers of Modern China

By: Lord Christopher Patten

Drawing from his experience as the last British governor of Hong Kong and expertise on foreign affairs more generally, Lord Christopher Patten of Barnes reflects on the ascent of China...

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On the Frontiers: Violence, Nonviolence and the Earth

By: Alastair McIntosh

In this talk from our Autumn Education Series 2013 'Faith on the Frontiers', scholar and activist Alastair McIntosh reflects on the continued importance of community, both in preserving our own...

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Faith on the Frontiers: Stanley Hauerwas in conversation with Sam Wells

By: Various

Professor of Theological Ethics and 'America's Best Theologian' (Time Magazine, 2001) Stanley Hauerwas in conversation with vicar of St Martin-in-the-Fields Sam Wells. In this wide-ranging discussion, Hauerwas and Wells explore...

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Category: PodcastsGuest speakersLectures from St Martin-in-the-FieldsThe Revd Dr Sam Wells

On the Frontiers of a Male Church

By: Very Revd June Osborne

The second lecture from our series 'Faith on the Frontiers', exploring what it means to be a Christian in the 21st century. In this lecture, the Very Revd June Osborne,...

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On the Frontiers of a World City

By: Various

The first lecture from our Autumn Education Series 2013, 'Faith on the Frontiers', exploring what it means to be a Christian in the 21st century. In this opening lecture, Mark...

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Category: PodcastsGuest speakersLectures from St Martin-in-the-FieldsThe Revd Clare Herbert

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