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Theological Genealogies of Modernity conference 8 to 11 July

Theological Genealogies of Modernity 8 to 11 July – free online conference. Genealogies of modernity are broad narrative accounts of the rise and nature of our present cultural condition. Theology nearly always features, in some way or another, in narratives about the formation of modernity, even if its role is just being a discourse and set of practices that was gradually marginalized by the onset of a more secular age. This conference gathers together an international team of scholars to explore genealogies of modernity sympathetically and to evaluate them critically. The contributors will discuss a range of important figures and focused topics, and they will pay special attention to stories that are often, though perhaps unhelpfully, understood as decline narratives—accounts of modernity that do not associate it unambiguously with progress…

Deputy Head of School of Philosophy and Theology in Western Australia

The University of Notre Dame Australia Western Australia is seeking to appoint a Deputy Head of School of Philosophy and Theology. This role support our teaching staff to deliver high quality teaching that is informed by research and incorporates innovative online learning activities and assessments to ensure a high level of student satisfaction and pastoral care. ..

Director of Chaplaincy and Ministry Development position

Lutheran Services Australia Brisbane, Queensland, is seeking applications for the Director of Chaplaincy and Ministry Development This person will provide expert advice to the CEO and Council of Lutheran Services on Theological, Ethics and Pastoral care matters. ..

On Monday a one day seminary by Gary Millar on the book of Deuteronomy

This coming Monday QTC Principal, Gary Millar is presenting a one day over view of the book of Deuteronomy. Gary has written and spoken extensively on the book of Deuteronomy in the past.
The lecture will start with an introduction to Deuteronomy, followed by Morning Tea. Gary will then discuss “Torah and Grace: Why the laws of Deuteronomy aren’t legalistic, and what they have to do with the Sermon on the Mount.” Lunch will be held at 12:35. Gary will then talk about the structure and message of Deuteronomy. To finish the day, Gary will discuss how to preach Deuteronomy: Deuteronomy 4 as a ‘worked’ example.” Regisration is at
As lunch will be provided, See some similar snippets by Gary at . and