Funded by the AHRC Connected Communities programme, ‘Philosophy and Religious Practices’ is an academic network organised by the Department of Philosophy at the University of Liverpool, the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Chester and the Department of Philosophy, Theology and Religious Studies at Liverpool Hope University, in partnership with local religious organisations. It aims┬áto reconnect philosophers of religion with religious practitioners and so to make the work of philosophers of religion far more relevant to other contemporary research on religion.

Please explore the tabs above for further information about the network events and resources.

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2 responses

19 11 2013
rahila sakaba adewusi

i am very much interested.

8 01 2014
Geoff Crocker

I try to develop links between secular atheism, religion and philosophy on the site ‘Atheist Spirituality’ at http://www.atheistspirituality.net which I hope might be of interest.

There’s more on the web site for my book ‘An Enlightened Philosophy – Can an Atheist Believe Anything?’ at http://www.anenlightenedphilosophy.com

Best wishes

Geoff Crocker

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