The British and Irish Association for Practical Theology 2021 Virtual Annual Conference12th – 16th July 2021
The British and Irish Association for Practical Theology is an active forum for practitioners, teachers and researchers in the broad field of practical theology. The 2021 Virtual Annual Conference12th – 16th July 2021 – Practical Theology as Ecotheology
In an era when scientists warn there is limited time left in which to reverse the most catastrophic effects of climate change, BIAPT 2021 will turn its attention to this most urgent of issues and to wide-ranging engagement with ecological thinking. https://www.biapt.org/events/2020-annual-conference/
Practical Theology as a Practice of Hope Monday, 7 December, 6:30 pm–7:30 pm AEDT 5.30 pm Brisbane time
Practical Theology as a Practice of Hope
Monday, 7 December, 6:30 pm–7:30 pm AEDT
Inaugural Professorial Lecture of Reverend Professor René Erwich.
Practical theology is meant to be a practice of hope that interacts and connects with the complexities of our life and world today. Starting from core theological convictions regarding hope, education, formation and research are practices that contribute to new wisdom. In order to do so, practical theologians work together with others in intradisciplinary communities and networks that connect to our present challenges.
free eBook from biblicalarchaeology.org on The First Christmas with FREE registration to Bible History Daily
In this free eBook from biblicalarchaeology.org, expert Bible scholars and archaeologists offer glimpses of the first Christmas as recounted and understood by those who first told the beloved story. You will be sent a link to download a copy of The First Christmas: The Story of Jesus’ Birth in History and Tradition and they offer you a FREE registration to the Bible History Daily newsletter, bringing the world of the Bible and archaeology directly to your inbox. Your FREE registration to Bible History Daily introduces you to community discussions on fascinating topics like the Dead Sea Scrolls.. https://www.biblicalarchaeology.org/free-ebooks/the-first-christmas-the-story-of-jesus-birth-in-history-and-tradition/
Engaging in dialogue with theological thinkers such as Willie James Jennings, Franz Rosenzweig, Søren Kierkegaard, René Girard, Kelly Brown Douglas, and many others, the chapters explore a wide variety of topics, including violence, sacrifice, colonialism, Israeli-Palestinian relations, virtue ethics, character formation, identity formation, and mythic reinvention. This book demonstrates that the stories of Thor, Daredevil, Sabra, Spider-Man, Jessica Jones, Thanos, Luke Cage, and others engage not just our imagination, but our theological imagination as well… https://www.amazon.com/Theology-Marvel-Universe-Pop-Culture/dp/1978706154/ref=pd_rhf_dp_p_img_2?_encoding=UTF8&psc=1&refRID=JV6MCN2X1XVAQS4040GN
The line up of speakers for online conference Theology at the Borders UK includes Professor Rachel Muers from Leeds Uni, Andrea C. White from Union, Revd Dr John Bradbury, Casey Strine, Joshua Ralston. A detailed conference programme will be available in March 2021,.. https://www.theologysociety.org.uk/information/2021-conference/
$800 scholarships to attend the July 2021 ANZATS conference at the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle WA.
Three scholarships are being offered to HDR candidates and doctoral graduates valued at $800 each to attend the 2021 attending/online ANZATS conference will be held at the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle WA.. https://anzats.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/ANZATS-Conference-Scholarships-2021.pdf
The 2021 attending/ online ANZATS conference will be held at the University of Notre Dame, Fremantle WA. The main theme is Theological Ethics, Keynote speakers : Professor Brian Brock, King’s College, University of Aberdeen Dr Megan Best, Institute for Ethics and Society, University of Notre Dame, Australia. Other streams include Lukan Scholarship, Barth Studies, Apocalyptic Literature Studies In Worship And Liturgy, New And Emerging Scholars World Christianity and Diaspora Theology, and Catholic Epistles. ANZATS and the conference planning committee I am pleased to invite members of ANZATS, NZATS and the theological and wider academic communities to submit a proposal for papers at the 2021 ANZATS conference. We particularly welcome papers on the conference theme of Theological Ethics, but will also accept papers on other topics related to all theological disciplines. There are also a number of specific streams which you might consider submitting a paper to. The 2021 Conference will proceed, though they will continue to monitor the situation with respect to COVID-19. If the Conference in Perth is unable to go ahead as planned, the Conference will be offered online, and all presenters will have an opportunity to present their paper to the Conference. . https://anzats.edu.au/wp-content/uploads/2020/11/ANZATS-Conference-2021-Call-for-Papers.pdf
Practical Theology as a Practice of Hope Whitley College Lecture, Online, Monday, 7 December, 6:30 pm
Practical Theology as a Practice of Hope Whitley College Lecture, Online, Monday, 7 December, 6:30 pm–7:30 pm AEDTReverend Professor René Erwich.Practical theology is meant to be a practice of hope that interacts and connects with the complexities of our life and world today. Starting from core theological convictions regarding hope, education, formation and research are practices that contribute to new wisdom. In order to do so, practical theologians work together with others in intradisciplinary communities and networks that connect to our present challenges.Join on Zoom When: 7 Dec 2020 06:30 PM https://vox.divinity.edu.au/event/practical-theology-as-a-practice-of-hope/
.St Phil’s Anglican Church (Caringbah) Taren Point) NSW with the support of Anglicare, is seeking to employ a passionate Assistant Chaplain to join the Ministry Team. This role provides assistance to the Senior Minister and the Parish Village Chaplain, based at Anglicares Woolooware Shores Retirement Village Chapel (Taren Point) https://www.eternityjobs.com.au/job/845/assistant-chaplain/
Australia’s Peter Harrison delivered the Gifford lectures in 2011 They consider the way in which religious concerns have shaped the study of nature over the past 2000 years, with a particular focus on the changing boundaries of science and religion. The lectures can be viewed online here. https://www.giffordlectures.org/lectures/science-religion-and-modernity