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ANZATS Conference Online Monday July 5 through Wednesday July 7 2021 just $60

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The Australian NZ Association of Theological Studies ANZATS Conference initially planned to be held in Perth, will proceed this year as an Online/blended Conference from Monday July 5 through Wednesday July 7 2021.The Conference registration will be slashed to just $60 per person. Keynote Speakers Professor Brian Brock, King’s College, University of Aberdeen. Dr Megan Best, Institute for Ethics and Society, University of Notre Dame, Call for papers closes – April 9thNotification of acceptance of presentation – by April 23rd Registrations open – week of April 12thPresentations available online to delegates prior to the conference ANZATS 20201 Theological Ethics – Monday July 5th through Wednesday July 7thThe special interest themes include Reading the Bible in Australia Reading Luke Karl Barth Studies Theological anthropology Theological Education and Epistles
The organisers will ask the two invited speakers—Brian Brock (University of Aberdeen) and Megan Best (Institute for Ethics and Society, University of Notre Dame, Australia)—and all elective session presenters to provide a pre-recorded video of their presentations by June 15. These recordings will be available for registrants to view prior to the Conference. The four plenary lectures by Brian Brock and Megan Best (i.e. two sessions each) will be 45 –50 minutes each. Elective session presentations will be no longer than 20 minutes The Conference proper will consist of three hours of Zoom sessions each day. These sessions will be dedicated to discussion of the pre-recorded lectures and elective session presentations. Elective session presenters will be present in their sessions to take questions from Conference participants, and a special Q&A session with the two invited speakers will be scheduled. HUBS: The Conference Committee invites institutions to host a Hub gathering in each capital or major city, and regional cities where there is sufficient interest. It is envisaged that the Hub would meet on one of the Conference days, participate in the main Zoom sessions, and enjoy some good fellowship, conversation, and food together. Local organisers are free to offer a time of worship and prayer, hospitality, or other activities as they see fit.

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