American Academy of Religion, Western Region (AAR/WR) Virtual Conference March 19-21, 2021 paper proposals due by October 15
The American Academy of Religion, Western Region (AAR/WR) is delighted to announce its collaboration with the Graduate Theological Union’s (GTU) Sustainability Initiative in Berkeley, California, for its next Annual Conference, which will be a Virtual Conference held March 19-21, 2021. The deadline for submission of paper proposals and Program Participant Forms to individual unit chairs is October 15, 2020. Details at https://theology.news/2020/09/03/cfp-religious-studies-after-covid-19-the-role-of-religion-in-times-of-pandemic-sustainability-marginalized-communities-and-social-economic-justice/
The 56th Meeting of the Wesleyan Theological Society will be held at Azusa Pacific University in Azusa, CA on March 12-13, 2021. The theme for the meeting is: ‘Reading Scripture, Doing Thology: A Wesleyan Witness in Today’s World. The Keynote Address will be given by Dr. Joel B. Green, Paper proposals are due Oct 1, 2020. Details at https://theology.news/2020/09/05/cfp-wesleyan-theological-society-2021/
Aquinas Center conference on suffering, death, and hope for eternal life Proposals are due October 1, 2020
The Aquinas Center invites scholars and doctoral students to submit proposals for a 20-minute presentation on topics such as: biblical and/or Thomistic eschatology; the meaning of suffering and/or death; death and resurrection; hope for eternal life; the virtue of hope in Aquinas; and other themes related to contemporary concerns insider and outside the Church. Proposals may draw from across the wide range of the Catholic theological tradition with priority given to those engaging Thomas Aquinas and biblical theology. The conference will have a hybrid format, including both in-person and virtual components for speakers or attendees who may or may not be able to travel to the campus of Ave Maria University. Proposals should include a presentation title, 150-300-word abstract, a current C.V., and whether you expect to participate in the conference in an in-person or virtual mode. Proposals are due October 1, 2020; Notification of acceptance will be given by November 1, 2020. https://theology.news/2020/09/05/hope-and-death-christian-responses-aquinas-center-conference/
The L. Russ Bush Center for Faith and Culture announces The Goodness of Creation and Human Responsibility — a Faith + Culture Forum designed to address these important questions.
In conjunction with this conference, we invite submissions of abstracts on topics relevant to the conference’s theme.
To be considered, please submit a title, abstract (no longer than 250 words), and a CV to CFC@sebts.edu by Thursday, October 1, 2020. Details at https://theology.news/2020/09/20/the-goodness-of-creation-and-human-responsibility/
Sydney College of Divinity 2020 Annual Lecture by Zoom Dr Michael Jensen, Theological Anthropology and Epic, Comedy, and Tragedy
Dr Michael Jensen, Rector of St Marks Anglican Church Darling Point, and SCD Honorary Research Associate, will deliver the Annual Lecture on Wednesday, 21 October, 7.30 – 9 pm via Zoom.
Topic: What’s the Story? Theological Anthropology and Epic, Comedy, and Tragedy
The lecture will be followed by the launch of Michael’s latest book, Theological Anthropologies and the Great Literary Genres.
Please see the attached flyer for more details. RSVP for the Zoom link to firstname.lastname@example.org
Sydney College of Divinity
Unit 6B, 5 Talavera Rd, Macquarie Park; PO Box 1882, Macquarie Centre NSW 2113
P: 02 9889 1969
For those who missed the Malyon Theological College Research Seminar on Monday 14 September here is a recording of the Zoom seminar to catch up on the excellent research is being undertaken by our ACT Students and Faculty.
- Joshua George – Research Proposal Defence: “The attitude of urban Indian millennials to preaching.”
- Dr Anne Klose – Will be presenting her work in progress: “Not a Spectator Sport! Believer’s Baptism as Corporate Worship”
- Alex Stark – Work in Progress: “Performing Scripts vs. Performing Selves: A Theo-Dramatic Analysis of Judith Butler’s Gender Theory.”
Here’s the link to the recording: https://youtu.be/4CMQ0fjGgkM
Riverside Christian College at Maryborough, QLD, is seeking expressions of interest to fill teaching positions in 2021. Positions may be located in our Junior, Middle and Senior College as well as our Distance Education service. https://www.christianjobs.com.au/display-job/29175/Teachers.html?searchId=1600590185.98&page=1
The Salvation Army at Rockhampton, QLD is seeking a Community Fundraising Relationship Manager working in Central Queensland and the Wide Bay regions. The role is responsible to build and nurture a high level of relationship management with existing major donors and building a pipeline of new supporters through community and corporate engagement. https://www.christianjobs.com.au/display-job/29185/Fundraising-Relationship-Manager.html?searchId=1600590185.98&page=1
The Salvation Army Australia is seeking to appoint a Youth Support Worker at Garbutt, QLD to assist case workers to address client needs, administer the program contribute to case plans and provide supervision to participants https://www.christianjobs.com.au/display-job/29194/Youth-Support-Worker.html?searchId=1600590185.98&page=1
Gateway Baptist Church in Brisbane, and Bloom Asia, which aims to equip and empower young women who have experienced significant trauma, and help them create a better future, is seeking to appoint a CEO to lead its ministry activities. https://www.christianjobs.com.au/display-job/29213/Chief-Executive-Officer-(CEO).html?searchId=1600590185.98&page=1