Dante and Secular Politics

Event Overview

Join Oxford University’s Pusey House and Common Sense Society–United Kingdom for a special colloquium on June 15 with Prof. Nigel Biggar. We will use the life and work of Dante to consider the relationship of Christian theology and belief to the secular in its various registers, both in medieval Italy and the present day. The conversation will begin at 4:00 P.M. in the Resurrection Chapel of Pusey House, St. Giles, Oxford. 

This event is open to the community as part of a series of collegiate colloquia at Oxford, organized by the Centre for Theology, Law, and Culture at Pusey House and in conjunction with fellows of said colleges. Kindly RSVP to Stephen Ridley at stephen@commonsensesociety.org.


Resurrection Chapel of Pusey House
St. Giles', Oxford
OX1 3LZ, United Kingdom

Featured Speaker

A photo of Prof. Nigel Biggar

Prof. Nigel Biggar

Prof. Nigel Biggar is an emeritus professor of moral and pastoral theology at Oxford, and a distinguished scholar-in-residence at The Centre for Theology, Law, and Culture at Pusey House.

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