Implicit Religion Day – led by Canon Professor Edward Bailey

Date(s) - Tuesday, 10th June, 2014
9:30 am - 2:30 pm

Canterbury Christ Church University


Arrival & coffee from 9.00am
Tea & coffee provided please bring your own lunch.
Implicit religion concentrates upon those aspects of everyday life, the understanding of which may be enhanced if we ask whether they might have, within them, some sort of inherent religiosity of their own. Professor Bailey is the editor of Implicit Religion: Journal of the Centre for the study of Implicit Religion and Contemporary Spirituality. He initiated the formal study of Implicit Religion (secular faith) in 1968, and is Visiting Professor of it at the Universities of Middlesex, Staffordshire and Glyndwr. He has published academic pieces in both Religious Studies and Social Science journals and volumes. From 1970 to 2006 he was Rector of Winterbourne, (Bristol Diocese), and over the years has taught Implicit Religion in North America, Europe, India, China, Japan and New Zealand. He is also Honorary Assistant Chaplain at St John’s College, Oxford.


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