at Oude Boteringestraat 38, Groningen, 9712GK Netherlands
The Centre explores the contentious role of religion in the public sphere in modern Western and global society through publications and public events.
The Centre for 'Religion, Conflict and the Public Domain' explores, from various perspectives, the contentious role of religion in the public sphere in modern Western and global society. Combining theoretical and methodological approaches from history, philosophy, law, religious studies, theology and social and political science, the Centre engages in research that is particularly focused on the intersection of religion with Western culture, politics and society. Moving beyond secularist assumptions concerning the irrelevance of religion to the West, the Centre aims to provide critical, self-reflective insight regarding the role religion has played and continues to play in social, political, philosophical and legal contexts.
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Thanks to everyone who came along to "The spiritual is political". Great two days of discussion & reflection and exciting plans for the future! More soon!
"What if instead of "the spiritual is political" we considered "the political is spiritual"? What are the spiritual worldviews, values and impacts embedded in political frameworks, policies, practices around the world?" Christiaan Hogenhuis, Oikos, The spiritual is political workshop, The Hague today
"We need to work on faith literacy and understanding the nuances of different secular contexts amongst policymakers and practitioners" Evert-Jan Ouweneel, WVI, Spiritual is political workshop today
Not long now! Join us Friday 10am at NIDI in The Hague for our public panel "The spiritual is political: exploring religion, transformation & development"
It's on TODAY! Dr Stacey Gutkowski discussing "Secular Ways of War" - 4:30pm in Rm253, Faculty of Theology and Religious Studies, Oude Boteringestraat 38, Groningen. See you there!
Save the date! Dr Stacey Gutkowski, King's College London, will be coming to speak at the CRCPD on 12 May on "Secular Ways of War", based on her recently published book "Secular War". Not to be missed! More details to follow soon
Did you watch The Passion on national Dutch TV last night? If you did, you were one of a record number of 3.6 million people who did! Now in its fourth year, The Passion seems to be as popular as ever. The Religion Factor is today featuring articles from its archives analysing this fascinating event - head on over to their Facebook page to check them out.