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February 07, 2010

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Glen

And, Chester is even more impressive than you think. Since we moved our undergraduate degrees there the staff at Luther King House are also approved lecturers of the University of Chester. Impressive eh?

Erich Kofmel

In case you haven't come across it, you'll find a lot more on political/public/liberation theologies, etc. on my blog, the "Political Theology Agenda":

www.political-theology.com

Cheers

ash

The Faith and Public Policy Forum at King's isn't actually in the Theology Department, but the Department of Education & Professional Studies, which might say something interesting.

It's rather a shame that these 2 departments are not on the same site, I think it would help a lot.

andy goodliff

depends where you think the real theology is going at king's these days .... ;-)

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Joshua Woo

Thank you for the links. Though half a world apart, I'm excited over it. There seems to be much going on in Europe over political and public theology.

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