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PaCT Fellow’s book published

20 Aug 2018

PaCT Fellow’s book published

PaCT Fellow Professor Bruce Kaye’s book The Rise and Fall of the English Christendom: Theocracy, Christology, Order and Power has recently been published by Routledge. The book was launched by the Anglican Primate of Australia Philip Freier at a Queensland clergy conference on the 31 July 2018. About the book: English Christendom has never been a static entity. Evangelism, politics, conflict and cultural changes have constantly and consistently developed it.....

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Applications open for PaCT Higher Degree by Research Scholarship

20 Aug 2018

Applications open for PaCT Higher Degree by Research Scholarship

Applications are now open to apply for the PaCT Higher Degree by Research Scholarship. PACT is dedicated to high quality research outcomes in public and contextual theology and has a history of collaborative research by scholars of many religious. A founding member of the Global Network for Public Theology and the Global Network for Christian-Muslim Studies, PACT is committed to becoming the lead centre in the Asia-Pacific region for research.....

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PaCT Research Fellows contribute to upcoming Brill publication

13 Aug 2018

PaCT Research Fellows contribute to upcoming Brill publication

New PaCT Research Fellows, Ruth Powell and Miriam Pepper have made a contributed to an upcoming publication of Research in the Social Scientific Study of Religion (Brill) in a special section titled ‘The National Church Life Survey in Australia’. The book is expected to be published on the 25th October 2018. Their chapters include: Twenty-Five Years of Data on Australian Churches: Strengths and LimitationsVitality in Protestant Congregations: A Large Scale.....

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PaCT Fellow's book published

06 Aug 2018

PaCT Fellow's book published

SBL Press has published a book edited by PaCT Fellow Dr Jione Havea featuring essays on native readings of the Bible from the South Pacific. Sea of Readings: The Bible in the South Pacific was published in May 2018. An essay from editor Dr Havea introduces the volume by locating these essays within islander criticism and by explaining the flow of the book. Essays are presented in three sections. “Island.....

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