It could be argued that the central question throughout the history of Christianity has revolved around the best way to interpret the Crucifixion. Yet this discussion has by no means been restricted to the confessional church. Indeed, many prominent philosophers have taken a deep interest in the Crucifixion and reflected on its significance. In contrast to religious interpretations - that connect the atonement with theism, meaning and reconciliation - we'll explore a pyrotheological approach that sees the Crucifixion as expressing a form of life marked by the end of religion, the loss of meaning and the embrace of the absurd.
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This seminar will take place in Belfast, in front of a small group. If you'd like to be part of the audience, click "Join Live" to let me know. The cost is £10, but it's free for anyone signed up to my online Pyro-Seminars via Patreon, just click the link "Join Live" and let me know. Doors 6:30pm, event starts 7pm.
Suggested Reading: Christ and Postmodern Philosophy, By Frederiek Depoortere