naugural online Women’s Theology Circle on Friday 15 May at 2 pm via Gotomeeting (see link below).
Janet is a retired educator with a passion for eco-spirituality, Christian feminism and indigenous spiritualities. Every era lends its own contextual focus to theologising about Jesus. The 21st century saw a major shift in western Christian theology. Janet will help us to explore that shift in a session entitled “A 21st Century Paradigm Shift: Historical Jesus to Cosmic Christ”.
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Grace and peace,
Anita Monro (Rev. Dr)
The Sydney College of Divinity – Learning and Teaching Theology Conference
will be held on 23-24 April 2021.
The Keynote speakers are:
Emeritus Prof Royce Sadler
REv Dr Andrew Shead
See the details attached. SCD A5 L&T Conf 2021_v3 (3)
In view of the escalating global COVID-19 crisis, ANZATS has taken the regrettable but necessary step to cancel its 2020 Conference. The ANZATS conference had been scheduled to be held in Adelaide in early July in conjunction with the ISBL Conference. The ISBL conference had already been cancelled.
In the meantime, the ANZATS Council is considering ways in which it may still be possible to conduct smaller-scale online seminars/workshops towards the end of this year, based around the 2020 Conference streams. This would provide one avenue for feedback on research in process. Given the uncertainty of the current situation, this is subject to further developments and feedback. The Council hopes to give more definite information by mid-year.
At the same time, planning is well under way for the 2021 ANZATS Conference, which will be held in early July in Perth at the University of Notre Dame. Further details will be made available later this year.