Searching for God within Oxford and Cambridge | James Orr & Nigel Biggar

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Jordan Peterson Logo  fiber_manual_record  Sep 28th, 2021


This episode was recorded on June 2, 2021.  

In today's episode, Dr. Jordan, Dr. James Orr, and Dr. Nigel Biggar discuss how religion and culture affect your identity. They also discuss nationalism, human rights throughout history, ideology, and more. Want to know how your identity gives meaning to your life? Then this episode is for you.

Dr. James Orr is an assistant professor in the Faculty of Divinity at the University of Cambridge. He holds a PhD from Cambridge and a BA in Classics from Balliol College, Oxford. James is the author of The Mind of God and the Works of Nature and teaches the philosophy of religion and ethics at Cambridge. He is a regular contributor to The Times Literary Supplement and The Critic Magazine. 

Dr. Nigel Biggar, an Anglican priest, is a moral and pastoral theology professor at Oxford, where he also directs the Mcdonald centre for theology, ethics, and public life. He is the author behind many books including, What's Wrong with Rights? Between Kin and Cosmopolis, In Defense of War, and Behaving in Public: How to do Christian Ethics in Public.

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