Upcoming events

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  1. New Testament Seminar

    New Testament Seminar

    Concepts Associated with Sacrifice: Atonement and Covenant - Dr David Moffitt

    Concepts Associated with Sacrifice: Atonement and Covenant -- Dr David Moffitt

  2. New Testament Seminar

    New Testament Seminar

    Covenant and the Extra-Sacrificial Servant: Isaiah 53 and 2 Maccabees - Dr David Moffitt

    Covenant and the Extra-Sacrificial Servant: Isaiah 53 and 2 Maccabees -- Dr David Moffitt

  3. Dive In!

    Dive In!

    Protecting Our Oceans

    Dive In! explores the wonders of the ocean, the challenges it faces, and the actions that you can take to help save it.

  4. Scottish History Seminar

    Scottish History Seminar

    Scotland Zen and the Roots of Scottish Green Nationalism, c.1934-c.1974

    Scotland Zen and the Roots of Scottish Green Nationalism, c.1934-c.1974 presented by Dr Sarah Leith (University of St Andrews)

  5. Scottish History Seminar

    Scottish History Seminar

    Gaelic Sovereignty in the Later Middle Ages

    Gaelic Sovereignty in the Later Middle Ages presented by Dr Martin MacGregor (University of Glasgow)

  6. New Testament Seminar

    New Testament Seminar

    The Concept of Genre (What is it and what does it do? a multi-disciplinary approach) - Dr Elizabeth Shively

    The Concept of Genre (What is it and what does it do? a multi-disciplinary approach) -- Dr Elizabeth Shively

  7. The Pit and the Kit

    The Pit and the Kit

    Addiction, Heroin, and the End of Coalmining in Scotland

  8. Scottish History Seminar

    Scottish History Seminar

    Napoleon and Ossian: Celtomania and the construction of French nationhood

    Napoleon and Ossian: Celtomania and the construction of French nationhood presented by Dr Clarisse Godard Desmarest (University of Picardie Jules Verne,...

  9. New Testament Seminar

    New Testament Seminar

    The Strong, the Weak, and Ethnicity in Romans 14 - Dr David Johnston

    The Strong, the Weak, and Ethnicity in Romans 14 -- Dr David Johnston

  10. Annual Smout Lecture

    Annual Smout Lecture

    Why does Edinburgh have historic buildings?

    ANNUAL SMOUT LECTURE Professor Robert Morris (University of Edinburgh) Why does Edinburgh have historic buildings?

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