Adelaide Chapter

Religious persecution in England by Matthew James Gray

October 25, 2018

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Date/Time
Date(s) - 25/10/2018
7:00 pm - 8:45 pm

Location
Classroom 3, Ground floor, Tabor College, 181 Goodwood Road, Millswood, SA

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Matthew James Gray recently completed his doctorate on looking at religious toleration and persecution in seventeenth-century England. In this talk, he will share some of the things he learned during his studies. Specifically, Matt argues that the dynamics of toleration were always multi-dimensional. It wasn’t just that the government had to decide whether to tolerate religious minorities; toleration and intolerance were occurring in various directions, including between the various religious groups themselves. Matt will also explore

  • the attitudes of the persecutors,
  • whether they were absolutists or relativists,
  • “the cycle of intolerance”, and
  • relevance to today.

Matt Gray

Matthew James Gray is a Church history and theology lecturer at Tabor College and also writes in Wondering Fair, which is an online apologetics magazine.

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