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’Ethics of War’ lecture and discussion held at Christ Church, Dublin - Posted on 20/11/2014
A large audience gathered to hear Professor Nigel Biggar of the University of Oxford speak on the theme of the ethics of war based on his recent book In Defence of War, to which Professor Keith Jeffery of Queen’s University, Belfast responded, referring to his historical research.
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Spirit Radio Interview with Prof. Nigel Biggar ahead of ‘Ethics of War’ Event on 19 November - Posted on 17/11/2014
Ahead of the ‘Ethics of War’ event to be held at the Music Room at Christ Church Cathedral, Dublin this Wednesday evening, Prof. Nigel Biggar spoke to Spirit Radio earlier today.
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Carrigaline Union receives Eco–Congregation award - Posted on 13/11/2014
Carrigaline Union in Co Cork has received an award in recognition of its environmental endeavours from Eco–Congregation Ireland.
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Church and Society Commission Chair’s Comment on Equality Commission and Ashers Bakery - Posted on 13/11/2014
Comment from the Chairman of the Church and Society Commission on the NI Equality Commission’s decision to pursue legal action against Ashers Baking Company.
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’The Boys from East Belfast’, a First World War short film, given first screening at St Mark’s, Dundela - Posted on 11/11/2014
’The Boys from East Belfast’, a film focusing on the discovery of letters written by ten soldiers from East Belfast and serving at the Western Front was given its first screening at St Mark’s Church, Dundela last night (10th November).
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