The Conference Planning Committee is pleased to invite all members of ANZATS, and the theological and wider academic community to submit the title of their proposed presentation at this conference. Proposals should be 250-300 words in length and include your full name, title, institution/s, location, email and postal address, and previous and current studies and presentation experience.
A diversity of other topics are covered, including Theological education, Learning and teaching, Practical theology and missions, worship and liturgy, Lukan scholarship and Karl Barth.
Proposals for each of the following special interest groups should be sent directly to each convenor:
1 Lukan Scholarship. Please address submissions to the convenor of this forum, Dr Sarah Harris (Sarah.email@example.com)
2 Learning and Teaching Theology. Please address submissions to the convenor of this forum, Dr John Capper (firstname.lastname@example.org) Les Ball, Bruce,
3 Barth Studies. This forum will cover all aspects of Karl Barth study. Please address submissions to the convenor of this forum, Dr Michael O’Neil (Michael.ONeil@vose.edu.au)
4 Missional leadership and other issues in practical theology, The coordinator is Dr Darren Cronshaw, (email@example.com)
5 Darren Cronshaw – research into theological education
6 The book of Revelation. The coordinator is Dr Jon Newton (JNewton@harvest.edu.au)
7 Studies in Worship and Liturgy. The coordinator is Kieran Crichton (firstname.lastname@example.org)
The Conference Theme of the keynote speakers is – Sacrifice –
A diversity of other topics are also covered, including Theological education, Learning and teaching, Practical theology and missions, worship and liturgy, Lukan scholarship and Karl Barth.
The conference speakers are Professor Andrew
McGowan from Yale. His topic will be “Inventing Sacrifice: Gift, Ritual and Violence in the Bible and Christian Theology.”
The second speaker is Frank Macchia who teaches Theology and Church History at Vanguard University. He is editor, of PNEUMA: The Journal of the Society for Pentecostal Studies.
His topic is – Baptized in the Spirit and Fire: A Reflection on Luke’s Pneumatological Theology of Atonement. For details please see
Details of the ANZATS conference can be found at – https://anzats.edu.au/conferences/