Faith: What it is and what it isn't (Public Lecture)
Published: Monday 23rd June 2014
We live in a world of many different faiths. Professor Tilley takes a fresh look at faith, arguing that we all have faith in someone or something.
What does it mean to be a person of faith?
How do we understand faith in its various forms? How is it expressed and lived? How do we make sense of faith to ourselves and others?
Date: 11th July Time: 7.30pm to 9.30pm Venue: Catholic Education Conference Room 7/8, ACU Adelaide Campus RSVP 9 July 2014 Telephone: 02 8234 7462 Email: email@example.com
Speaker: Professor Terrence Tilly
Avery Cardinal Dulles, S.J., Professor of Catholic Theology and Chair of the Department of Theology at Fordham University (New York City).
Professor Tilley works in philosophical theology and philosophy of religion, as well as particular topics in systematic theology. He uses an eclectic philosophical approach focused on the nature and rationality of faith, Christology as a practical discipline, the problems of evil, the particular relationships of history, theology and faith, and the Catholic tradition.