THEOLOGY@Brisbane

Nicholas Aroney Theological Reflections on the Nature and Function of Law 12 November 7-9 pm

Prof Nicholas Aroney Theological Reflections on the Nature and Function of Law

Tuesday, 12 November, 2019 7pm – 9pm
Location Brisbane School of Theology Taylor Room
1 Cross Street Toowong, Qld, 4066 RSVP by Friday, 8 November, 2019 by visiting bst.qld.edu.au/Nicholas_Aroney

Nicholas Aroney Lecture Flyer (1)

UQ research seminar this Friday 27 September from 2pm to 4pm Neil Pembroke A Spirit-Word-Community Hermeneutic, Ray Reddicliffe Buber on Theology and Philosophy

UQ research seminar this Friday 27 September from 2pm to 4pm in E319 in Forgan Smith. At 2pm, Neil Pembroke is presenting a paper entitled, ‘A Spirit-Word-Community Hermeneutic for the “Preaching as Reimagination” Model’ (Respondent: Dave Benson). At 3pm Ray Reddicliffe will deliver a paper entitled, ‘Inter-disciplinary Dialogue between Theology and Philosophy: Buber’s Contribution to the Conversation’ (Respondent: Dean Smith).

Also, a member of our seminar group, Bruce Pass, has asked me to promote an open lecture at Brisbane School of Theology by Prof Nicholas Aroney entitled, ‘Theological Reflections on the Nature and Function of Law’. The flyer with all the details is attached.

UQ Theology seminar Friday September 27th – a Word-Spirit-Community hermeneutic & Martin Buber in Theology

The next UQ Theology seminar will be held on Friday September 27th 2pm to 4pm in the usual spot (E319 in Forgan Smith). It will feature Neil Pembroke and Ray Reddicliffe.  Neil is presenting a paper on a Word-Spirit-Community hermeneutic in preaching that is aimed at reimagining our world (a la Brueggemann). Ray’s paper uses the thought of Martin Buber to reflect on the practice of integrating philosophical and biblical thought in constructing theologies. You are most welcome to attend.

Book Launch and art sale 27 September

YOu are invited to a

B o o k L a u n c h & A r t S a l e

Friday 27 September 2019, 7pm Trinity College, Level 1, Uniting Church Centre 60 Bayliss St, Auchenflower (Use front entrance stairs from Bayliss St. or lift from basement carpark
Authors and Artists: Irene Alexander, Chris Brown, Terry Gatfield, Teresa Jordan, Charles and Rita Ringma, Paul Tyson

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You are invited to the next Brisbane ANZATS meeting and to hear Dr Rob A. Fringer on Paul’s rejection of the rights of an Apostle Monday 9 September

An invitation to hear Dr Rob A. Fringer speak on his recent research and book on Paul’s epistle to the Corinthians

“When the ‘Rights’ of an Apostle Are Actually Wrong:  

The Corinthians’ Apologia in 1 Corinthians 9:1-14 and Paul’s Response in 1 Corinthians 9:15-23” 

“ 22 To the weak I became weak, to win the weak. I have become all things to all people so that by all possible means I might save some. 23 I do all this for the sake of the gospel, that I may share in its blessings.”

You are invited to the next presentation by the Brisbane branch of the Australian New Zealand Association of Theological Schools (ANZATS)

On Monday September 9, 2019.

at Brisbane School of Theology

1 Cross Street, Toowong QLD 4066

12:30 pm – 1:30 pm ANZATS Brisbane Chapter Committee meeting

(An open invitation is extended to all interested people to attend)

1:30 pm  – 3:30 pm presentation by Rev Dr Rob Fringer

Including afternoon tea and opportunity to network with others from the bible, theology and ministry colleges of Brisbane.

Rob A. Fringer, PhD (Manchester) is Principal and Lecturer in Biblical Studies at Nazarene Theological College; he is also on the research faculty of Sydney College of Divinity, a Lecturer at Flinders University, and an honorary research fellow at the University of Queensland. He has written several articles and books, with his most recent book being Paul’s Corporate Christophany: An Evaluation of Paul’s Christophanic References in Their Epistolary Contexts.

Further information about Brisbane ANZATS can be found at https://brisbaneanzats.org/

Further information about ANZATS can be found at https://anzats.edu.au/

The ANZATS conference for July 2020 will be held in Adelaide.

It will be combined with the Society of Biblical LIterature conference from July 5 to 9 2020 at the University of Adelaide in Adelaide
Further details from Dr Sam Hey    sam.hey@chc.edu.au or shey@citipointechurch.com

UQ seminar 27 September – A Spirit-Word-Community Hermeneutic for Brueggemann’s “Preaching as Reimagination” Model

Upcoming studies in religion seminar at UQ – A Spirit-Word-Community Hermeneutic for Brueggemann’s “Preaching as Reimagination” Model Presented by Associate Professor Neil Pembroke
27 September 2019 2:00pm–3:00pm
Walter Brueggemann is a leading American scholar of the Bible and preacher. In this seminar, his idea of Spirit-led redescription of the world is developed through offering a Spirit-Word-Community approach to interpreting Scripture. Here ‘Word’ means the witness of the Bible, and ‘community’ encompasses the local faith community, the contemporary global community of faith, the tradition of biblical exegesis and theological reflection, and relevant thinkers in the non-theological community (psychologists, philosophers, sociologists, etc.).

Venue Level 3, Forgan Smith East (1), St Lucia Campus, University of Queensland
Room: E319

Details at https://hpi.uq.edu.au/event/session/4225

Theology journal ranking review findings

In the first half of 2019 a team of researchers headed up by Prof Paul Oslington at Alphacrucis College undertook a thorough review of the ERA journal ranking project begun by a panel of the Council of Deans of Theology about 7-8 years ago and updated every two years or so since then.

The findings of Paul and his team, which includes an analysis of their methodology, was published in the June issue of Colloquium, vol 51.1.  We have made the article publicly accessible through the link below:

https://anzats.edu.au/journal/back-issues/51-1/

This article reports on a project to expand the evidence base for Australian theological
research in two ways. Firstly, by preparing an evidence-based, expert informed
ranking of religion and theology journals. Secondly, by analysing Australian Research
Council grants in religion and theology, and benchmarking against other fields in
terms of grants awarded, success rates, relationship to staff numbers, and publications.
Some recommendations for enhancing the role of religion and theology research
emerge from this analysis. The project is set in the context of the history of Australian
theological research within the Australian higher education system.

Details of other articles in this edition can also be found here at

Volume 51:1 June 2019