The 2002 Annual Conference was held on 6th-8th September, Wycliffe Hall, Oxford, England.
The conference focussed on a range of questions concerning the ethics of creativity, the creativity of ethics, and the relation between ethics and aesthetics, and explored these themes in relation to the arts.
The speakers included:
Mr Louis de Bernières, novelist
Dr Phillip Blond, Lecturer in Christian Theology, St Martin’s College, Lancaster
Dr Brian Horne, formerly Lecturer in Christian Doctrine, King’s College, London
Professor Trevor Hart, Professor of Divinity and Director of the Institute for Theology, Imagination and the Arts, University of St Andrews
Mr Peter Harvey, President, Society for the Study of Christian Ethics
Professor Gerard Loughlin, Department of Religious Studies, University of Newcastle-upon-Tyne
Lady Oppenheimer, theologian and ethicist
The Annual General Meeting of the Society was held on the Saturday afternoon