14 April 2014

Thinking biblically about Scottish identity: some resources

A couple of years ago the Scottish Evangelical Theology Society held a conference entitled, ‘A Godly Commonwealth? The Gospel and Scottish Identity’. With the referendum on Scottish independence approaching, they have now made the talks from that conference available as mp3s or pdfs. Their hope is that Christians will use this material as they think and pray about the ethical, moral and theological implications of independence.

SpeakerTitleMP3Bulletin PDF
David FergussonChristian Scotland: A Theological-Historical OverviewFergusson MP3 (38.4 Mb)SBET 31.1 (2013): 19-32
Jamie GrantA Biblical Basis of NationhoodGrant MP3 (40.4 Mb)SBET 31.2 (2013): 115-26
Panel*Scottish Nationhood: Personal PerspectivesPanel MP3 (42.0 Mb)
Dewi HughesMaking Sense of Being Welsh (Finlayson Lecture)Hughes MP3 (42.1 Mb)SBET 31.1 (2013): 5-18
Angus MorrisonChristian Witness in Postmodern ScotlandMorrison MP3 (29.3 Mb)SBET 31.1 (2013): 43-60
Doug GayIs a Christian Vision of Scottish Identity Viable in the Early 21st Century?Gay MP3 (40.4 Mb)SBET 31.1 (2013): 33-42
* The participants in the panel discussion were: John Mason (Scottish National Party), Michael McMahon(Scottish Labour Party), Rose Dowsett (Chair), Graeme McMeekin (Scottish Liberal Democrats), and Murdo Fraser (Scottish Conservative Party)

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