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Travel Scholarships for faith and work integration Forum Jan 2018

Karam Forum are awarding scholarships to theological educators who are seeking to integrate faith and work education into their teaching curriculum, research and links with the Australian workplace.
As a beginning, these scholarships will be awarded to attend the Oikonomia Network, Karam Forum in January 2018.
The scholarship will cover flights, accommodation, incidentals and registration.

Karam Forum 2018 Travel Schloarships Application._DED51A (1) Karam Forum 2018 Details(2)

Saturday 26 August Accordance Bible software training at St Francis College

This Saturday 26 August from 10 am to 4 pm the Accordance Bible software training team will be on the campus of St Francis College (233 Milton Rd, Milton, QLD 4064) to provide us with basic and advanced training in Accordance software.

If you cannot do the whole day the morning is the better session to attend. We will meet in Lecture Room 1 to begin the day. Please bring your laptop. For more information contact Marie-Louise Craig:

mobile phone: 0400385711


Paul Tripp on Christian ministry calling

Paul Tripp Conference – A Dangerous Calling
Thursday, 17th August
Paul Tripp Conference – Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands
and 7:00pm – 9:15pm Paul Tripp – ‘Instruments in the Redeemer’s Hands’ At Chandler Theatre, Sleeman Sports Complex
Find out more at Queensland Theological College

UQ studies in religion seminars Aug 18, 2017

Friday Aug 18, 2017, 2pm-4pm Room E319 in the Forgan Smith building (No. 1)

David McEwan.  ‘Unite the pair so long disjoined, knowledge and vital piety:’ what is the role of research in this process?
David shows how understanding the interrelationship between ‘knowledge’ and ‘vital piety’ is critical if we are to guide students in the task of implementing effective ministry in today’s multicultural and multi-faith environment.

Rena Macleod. ‘Psalm 22 and the Transformation of Male Victimhood and Violence: A Liberating Model of Interpretation’

Rena shows how reading this poem in its original language, through the combined lens of mimetic theory and feminist theory, of violence and victimhood disclosed in this text…so we may be liberated from them, while at once cultivating within the reader an ethical imagination of care grounded in the encounter with the victim. See the attached flier for details.