5 thoughts on “John Cottingham – “Transcending Science: Humane Models of Religious Understanding”

  1. I am strongly interested in the lecture given by Prof. Dr. Cottingham. May I ask if I could join the distance learning into the lecture? I live in a college in North Carolina, but I am still interested to join by Google Hangout connecting the place to my computer. If it is too impolite for the occasion, I would like to ask other methods.

    Sincerely yours,
    Google Hangout: Shin’Ichi Akaeda
    Email Address: i.shinichi.jinyi@gmail.com
    An undergraduate student at Methodist University, Fayetteville, NC 28311
    Studying religion as a minor, and philosophy in a minor field

    • Dear Shin’Ichi Akeda,

      I am not sure whether or not any sort of recording or simulcast of the event will be occuring, but I will find out for you. Much of this depends on the preferences of our guests, but occasionally the Divinity School will post videos of lectures of this sort. I will inquire as to the possibility of facilitating a recording of some kind and will reply to you as soon as I can.
      thanks,
      pr workshop

      • I appreciate much of your consideration. I understand and agree with your policy, and I am looking forward to hearing any information on the lecture, if any. I hope if I could join in Chicago. I am personally inspired by Phil-Rel Workshop mail magazine. Someday, I also want to join the discussion as well.

        Sincerely yours,
        Shin’Ichi Akaeda

        • Hello Shin’Ichi Akaeda,

          Unfortunately we were unable to record this event. Best of luck with your studies!
          -PRW

        • Dear Shin’Ichi Akaeda,

          I was wrongly informed –the Divinity School was indeed able to record this lecture! I will have an audio or video recording posted as soon as it is available to me, and will reply to your comment again in order to let you know when it has been posted.

          Apologies for the confusion!
          -PRW

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