Greg Marcar is a Research Affiliate at the Centre for Theology and Public Issues (CTPI), University of Otago (New Zealand), where he is also a Teaching Fellow within the Theology program. Prior to completing his PhD in theology and law at University of Otago, Greg was involved in several non-profit organisations, including the Red Cross, Christian Solidarity Worldwide, International Bridges to Justice, Liberty, and the Innocence Project New Zealand. His previous publications discuss the theologies of Thomas Aquinas and Søren Kierkegaard, as well as the moral anthropology of U.S. capital punishment. Greg’s current research interests include issues of freedom of religion and conscience, equality and non-discrimination, and criminal justice. Greg is a 2019 alumnus of the ICLRS Religion and the Rule of Law Young Scholars Fellowship Program.
Talk About posts by Greg Marcar:
- Can’t We Just Be Civil? Jean-Jacques Rousseau and a Hellish Limit to Toleration
- On Spiritual Resources and Common Homes: A Look at Crimes in Ukraine in Conversation with Raphael Lemkin and Pope Francis￼
- Being (W)holy Selfish with Desmond Tutu
- Sisters and Brothers, Welcome Home
- Universal Love and Borderless Rights: Attending to Our Neighbour with Pope Francis and the Good Samaritan
- Believing in the Death Penalty?