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The zoom recordings of the very interesting Brisbane ANZATS Seminar are available

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The zoom recordings of the very interesting Brisbane ANZATS Seminar:

“Theology and the university: queen of the sciences?” can be seen at

This seminar features papers and discussion by three Brisbane theologians on the question of theology’s place in the university.

The papers respond to essays on this topic by John Webster and Linn Marie Tonstad

Which can be found on the Brisbane ANZATS facebook webpage https://www.facebook.com/groups/714481882462997

Here are the speaker bios:

Bruce Pass is Director of Postgraduate Studies and Lecturer in Christian Thought and History at the Brisbane School of Theology.  He is author of The Heart of Dogmatics: Christology and Christocentrism in Herman Bavinck and translator (from Dutch) of On Theology: Herman Bavinck’s Academic Orations.

Janice McRandal is director of the Cooperative, a centre for public theology in Brisbane. Her publications include Christian Doctrine and the Grammar of Difference and Sarah Coakley and the Future of Systematic Theology. She is currently completing a book on doctrine and sport.

Ben Myers is director of the Graduate Research School at Alphacrucis College, and a research fellow of Charles Sturt University’s Centre for Public and Contextual Theology.

Further comments and questions on the facebook page, and email questions and discussion to dr.sam.hey@gmail.com are encouraged.


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