Category Archives: O’Donovan

Series: Jesus and Government

Andrew Errington has just completed a series of posts entitled “Jesus and Government.”  Well worth a look.

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2007 New College (UNSW) lectures (Oliver O’Donovan) on-line

The PDF transcripts of the three O’Donovan New College Lectures referred to earlier are now available to download from here. As that page notes, the MP3’s thereof should be available therein soon.

Edited to add: they are (h/t: Erro.)

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Summaries of O’Donovan’s talks in Sydney

Trevor Cairney posts an insightful summary of Prof Oliver O’Donovan‘s talks at New College (UNSW) here.

Also, Byron Smith posted the following summaries of the above on his blog: I, IIa, IIb, IIIa, IIIb.

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O’Donovan relapse

As Byron mentioned a few weeks ago, noted theologian and ethicist Oliver O’Donovan will be giving three free lectures at UNSW next week. If you want to go, you have to RSVP to New College by this Friday (31st).

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O’Donovan in Sydney

While beaten by Byron to the punch, I might as well use this space to announce that I intend to attend this conference.

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