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Harry Bunting, PhD
Chairman: Philosophy of Religion Division, Tyndale House
Harry Bunting studied Philosophy at Queen's University, Belfast. Awarded a Major State Scholarship, he undertook post-graduate studies in the Philosophy department of the University of Exeter, gaining an MA (ethics and philosophy of religion) and a PhD (moral philosophy). He lectured in Philosophy for many years at the University of Ulster, lecturing also in Universities in Australia, India, Germany and the USA. Served as a member of the Philosophy Committee, Royal Irish Academy, Dublin. Since 2006 he has been Chairman of the Philosophy of Religion Division of the Tyndale Fellowship (www.tyndalefellowship.com ) and lectures on an occasional basis in ethics and philosophy of religion. Harry, and his wife Geraldine, have two children, Henry and Eva. He is a member of St. Bartholomew's Parish Church, Belfast.
Some of Dr. Bunting's academic articles include:
- 2000: 'Ethics and the Perfect Moral Law' in Tyndale Bulletin (Tyndale Philosophy of Religion Lecture, 1999).
- 2001: 'A Single True Morality? The Challenge of Relativism' in Philosophy Supp. Vol.40.
- 2009: 'Political Forgiveness' in Ethics in Brief 14.2.
- 2009: 'Moral Projection and the Intelligibility of Collective Forgiveness' in Proceedings of the Irish Philosophical Society.
- 2011: 'Augustine and the Theory of Justified Conflict'; St. Bartholomew's Occasional Lecture series, see www.stbartholomew.connor.anglican.org.
Areas of Specialization
moral philosophy, philosophy of religion, epistemology