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Position vacant for a Digital Director at Questioning Christianity Brisbane

Position vacant for a Digital Director at Questioning Christianity Brisbane QLD Questioning Christianity (QC) exists to connect the Christian story to life’s deepest questions, and is unapologetically evangelistic in its core mission.

Through employing narrative apologetics QC seeks to model a way forward for public Christianity, helping to make sense of our world through the lens of the Bible by blending Christian truth with a distinctly Christian tone of humility and respect. Based in Brisbane but travelling beyond, QC’s two major public arms are our live speaking events and our digital content. The position will take oversight over the development of QC digital, working with the speakers to capture high level content, tell the QC story digitally, and curate design for all communications and social media platforms. Find out more at https://www.christianjobs.com.au/jobs/44938832-qc-digital-director-at-questioning-christianity

Positions vacant for a Chaplain at Raymont Residential College Auchenflower QLD, Part Time

The Uniting Church in Australia (the Church) is a large uniquely Australian Christian denomination in Australia with heritage from historical reformed evangelical denominations. They are seeking an individual to join us and provide encouragement and support of the Christian faith amongst the students at Raymont Residential College. See further details at https://www.christianjobs.com.au/jobs/47160901-chaplain-at-raymont-residential-college

2021 Boyle Lecture to be given Professor Tom McLeish on 3rd February

The 2021 Boyle Lecture will be given by Professor Tom McLeish, Professor of Natural Philosophy at the University of York, on the subject of:

Rediscovering Science as Contemplation

The response this year will be given by The Rt Revd & Rt Hon The Lord Rowan Williams of Oystermouth.

The lecture will be given at 6.00 pm on Wednesday 3rd February 2021. However, due to the ongoing global pandemic, this year’s lecture will be available only online and will be followed by a live online panel discussion of the lecture from 7.15 pm to 8.00 pm.

Links will be made available at a later date closer to the event.

Bavinck Conference postponed to 6-7 December, 2021 means proposals are possible up to 6 June, 2021

The postponement of the Bavinck Centenary Conference has been postponed to 6-7 December, 2021 has meant the deadline for submission of proposals for short papers is extended to 6 June, 2021. https://theology.news/2020/12/02/bavink-centenary-conference-postponement-and-paper-submission-extension/