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Christ's College Open Lectures

On 30 Mar 2017

The series will provide an opportunity for researchers at the University of Aberdeen to share their developing work in theology, ethics and biblical studies with the wider public.

The first lecture will be delivered by Rev Professor John Swinton entitled,
‘Remembering Whose We Are: Theological Reflections on Dementia, Faith and Personhood’

Opening Days and Times:


6pm - 7pm

Ticket Information:

Free Event.

Venue Detail:

Kings College Conference Centre Auditorium


Talks, Lectures & Conferences

Organiser Details:

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