has a background in historical theology and is an assistant professor in the Irish School of Ecumenics, Trinity College Dublin. He is involved in a variety of ecumenical projects - both grassroots and academic - and is particularly interested in how ideas about, and experiences of, place impact on religious self-understanding.
5 March-9 April 10.30-12.00 noon
From its origins, our species has wrestled with its experience of God. This course looks at Christianity’s distinctive understanding of God, and at how the insights of philosophers, scientists and saints have contributed to this exploration of the mystery that surrounds us.
€65 (6 weeks)