Tuesday, June 28, 2016

Edwin Judge on W.A. Orange, Religion and Science

On Sunday I went to "WOML", the annual William Orange Memorial Lecture, hosted by the Latimer Fellowship of NZ, with this year's lecture in Christchurch being within two days of the 50th anniversary of Canon William Orange's death, 28 June 1966.

This year's lecture was given by Professor Edwin Judge, one of NZ's distinguished academic exports to other parts of the world (his academic career has mostly been spent in Sydney). The full text of the lecture (which gave only extended excerpts of the full text) is here.

I commend the lecture to you as Professor Judge touches at the conclusion of the lecture on some very important matters about understanding the "deep" chasms and fractures in Western culture.

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