The St James’ Institute presents: Ageing, Mortality and Spiritual Existence TodayAgeing has surprising implications for spiritual life. However, with rapid increases in life expectancy, death denial often impairs our ability to understand what it means to be a human. In this reflection on the theological dimension of aging, Professor Pickard.....
Commencing 16 Sep 2022 9:00 am - 18 Sep 2022 5:00 pm
The cooperative is hosting its first annual conference, gathering together scholars and the theologically curious to question and explore the place of public theology on colonised lands. The conference will frame these focus areas broadly and creatively, welcoming approaches that disturb boundaries and think with and beyond the public of...
Commencing 3 Oct 2022 9:00 am - 6 Oct 2022 5:00 pm
GLOBAL NETWORK FOR PUBLIC THEOLOGYVII CONSULTATION CURITIBA, BRAZIL, 03-06 OCTOBER, 2022 Public Theologies in Vibrating Cities: Precious and Precarious Cities vibrate, shine, resonate. They are vibrant, tourist brochures tell us – lively, that is, interesting for those who seek for good food, nightlife, and entertainment. But much more than that,...
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27 Oct 2021
Congratulations to Public and Contextual Theology (PaCT) research fellow Dr Jione Havea on the publication of his recent book Losing Ground: Reading Ruth in the Pacific. Dr Havea's book is published by SCM Press and give the following description about.
15 Oct 2021
The Centre for Public and Contextual Theology Research Fellow Dr Steven Ogden has had a piece published on the Political Theology network titled "Political Theology as Transformative Opposition". His forthcoming book is Violence, Entitlement, and Politics (Routledge, 2021), where he.
10 Oct 2021
The Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisations (CISAC) at Charles Sturt University has launched a research website for its research projects, activities and outputs. This page includes CISAC staff’s published articles and summaries of their research outputs. The page also.
22 Sep 2021
PaCT research fellow Dr Andrew Errington has written an opinion piece for ABC Religion and Ethics titled "A fellowship of the vaccinated? How churches should — and should not — respond to the state government’s COVID-19 restrictions" . The piece.
31 Aug 2021
Congratulations to PaCT scholar Dr Jione Havea on the publication of his edited book of essays titled MEDIAting Theology published by Evangelische Verlagsanstalt. According to the publisher: This collection engages the challenges and opportunities for doing theology in the context.