Killing in the Name of God: Addressing Religiously Inspired Violence
Robin Gill explores religiously inspired violence drawing on research into public attitudes on the topic. (2018)
Professor Robing Gill, author of our latest report ‘Killing in the Name of God’ explores whether religion incites violence.
Date: Thursday 18th October 2018
Speaker: Professor Robin Gill, Emeritus Professor of Applied Theology, University of Kent; Author, Killing in the Name of God: Addressing Religiously Inspired Violence, published byTheos.
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Robin Gill is Emeritus Professor of Applied Theology at the University of Kent. He has published extensively in sociological theology, the sociological study of churches, Christian and religious ethics, and health care ethics.
18th October 2018
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