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Learning and Loves: Reimaging Christian Education Symposium with James KA Smith 18-19 July 2016

CHC and the event coordinators extend an invitation to the Christian Heritage College Research Symposium with James KA Smith on 18-19 July 2016.
A call for papers for the second day of the symposium is extended to scholars and doctoral candidates who are invited to submit a title and 300 word abstract for presentations in accordance with the symposium theme to Dr Johannes Luetz at by 10 April 2016.

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Anzats national newsletter – Summer 2015

A copy of the national newsletter for Summer 2015 is attached.

ANZATS Newsletter Summer 2015 (1)

SCD ‘Justice, Mercy and Social Wellbeing: Interdisciplinary Perspectives’ (July 22-23 2016) Conference ‘Call for Papers’

SCD ‘Justice, Mercy and Social Wellbeing: Interdisciplinary Perspectives’  (July 22-23 2016) Conference ‘Call for Papers’ 

The keynote speakers are (a) Dr Stephen Barton (Durham University, Durham, UK); (b)  Professor Christopher Marshall (Victoria University, New Zealand); (c) Professor Stephen Pickard (Australian Centre for Christianity and Culture, Canberra, Australia).

All papers contributed to this conference will be considered for (what we hope this time) will be a Wipf and Stock Publication.  SCD_JusticeMercyWellbeing_Flier_A4_v1

all-women’s Theological Conference from 27 June – 1 July 2016

Grace College at the University of Queensland is hosting an all-women’s Theological Conference from 27 June – 1 July 2016.  Theme:  Christian Feminism – making a difference in the church and in the world.  The conference website is at:

Grace College at the University of Queensland is pleased to announce that Dr Tina Pippin, Wallace M. Alston Professor of Bible and Religion and Chair of Religious Studies, is the keynote speaker for our second annual conference. The conference aim is to empower women to effectively share their Christian perspectives on faith, theology, sacred texts, ministry, service, the arts and more through the expression of their academic and professional activities.  Themes include environmental, liturgical, practical and related theological content.  Mature scholars and graduate students are especially welcome.  The call for papers remains open until 18th January 2016.  Women’s theology conference flyer FINAL

position available – Academic director at Sydney College of Divinity

The Sydney College of Divinity, a Higher Education Provider of accredited degrees in Theology and related areas, seeks an Academic Director to lead the coursework programs of the College, including coursework curriculum development and review, compliance and quality assurance, academic achievement tracking and analytics, and competitor analysis.

Applications close Friday, 22 January 2016. Request for job description and enquiries to the Dean: 02 9889 1969; Website    SCD Academic Director ad   SCD Academic Director