A Symposium: Ecology, War and Religion – Ecological Aspects of War: Religious Perspectives from Australia
Symposium: Ecology, War and Religion
Ecological Aspects of War: Religious Perspectives from Australia
The conference is supported by two Colleges of the University of Divinity, Trinity and Whitley, and by theYarra Institute for Religion and Social Policy, is a one-day symposium to consider intersections between war and ecology, through the lenses of religious social teachings and sacred texts, representative of the multi-cultural and inter-faith constitution of contemporary Australian society.
Convenors: Keith Dyer and Anne Elvey
Keynote presentation: “Planet Earth as a Victim of War” by Dr Jenny Grounds
At Trinity College Theological School Trinity College Royal Parade, Parkville
The Alan Walker Lecturer will be responsible for contributing to, and exercising oversight of, the teaching of subjects and the administration of academic programs in the area of Practical Theology – See PD-Alan Walker Lecturer in Mission, Evangelism and Leadership
A position is available – Lecturer in Biblical Studies (Old Testament) at Trinity College Melbourne.
The Department of Theology and Religion at the University of Otago invites applications for the position of Lecturer in Christian Theology and Public Issues to be based at St John’s in the City Presbyterian Church, Wellington, New Zealand.
A position is available as lecturer in mission and evangelism and academic dean with the Salvation Army at Booth College
Keeping Them Honest: Reinhold Niebuhr’s Argument in Support of Democracy
Presenter: Rev. Dr David Pitman Date: Friday 4 September Time: 2pm Venue: Room E319 Forgan Smith B
“Converting Worlds” or “Carrying Bricks”: A Wesleyan Perspective on the Ministry of the Mundane
Presenter: A/Professor David McEwan Date: Friday 4 September Time: 3pm Venue: Room E319 Forgan Smith
You are invited to the Brisbane ANZATS Seminar on 11 September – and presentation on Assessment in Theological Education
You are invited to the next Australian and New Zealand Association of Theological Schools (ANZATS) seminar which will be held on Friday 11 September at Malyon College at Mitchelton from 1pm to 3.30 pm
Charles de Jongh from Malyon College who has done extensive research on Theology and Assessment will be speaking on “Assessment in Theological Education”.
This will provide a valuable opportunity to interact with fellow faculty and others involved in theological education in Queensland. Please circulate the information about this meeting widely and encourage your staff and others who are interested to attend.
Please contact Sam Hey at email@example.com for further details.