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PaCT Fellow interviewed on Discipleship

16 Jan 2020

PaCT Fellow interviewed on Discipleship

PaCT scholar Dr Michael Mawson was recently interviewed by Love - Rinse/Repeat's Liam Miller on Discipleship. Dr Mawson is Senior Lecturer in Systematic Theology & Ethics at Charles Sturt University teaching at the United Theological College in Sydney. He received his PhD in Theology from the University of Notre Dame, USA. He previously taught for seven years at the University of Aberdeen, Scotland......

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PaCT Fellow Conference Presentation

16 Jan 2020

PaCT Fellow Conference Presentation

PaCT scholar Virginia Miller has been invited to give a presentation at the conference, “Truly with you wisdom dies (Job 12:2). Irony and ambiguity in the books of Ecclesiastes and Job” to be held on the 19th-20th of March at the University of Vienna. Her presentation is "Job as a Satire: Call and Response" and will be the only presentation given in English. Some of the papers from this conference.....

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Book News: Before Belief - Discovering First Spiritual Awareness

16 Jan 2020

Book News: Before Belief - Discovering First Spiritual Awareness

Congratulations to PaCT Fellow Professor Bruce A. Stevens whose book Before Belief: Discovering First Spiritual Awareness has been published by Lexington Books. ABOUT THIS BOOK First things are spiritually and theologically important. Before Belief explores the precognitive human experience of transcendence, illuminating how such foundational experiences are formative of attachment relationships with people and ultimately with God. The book proposes an implicit learning model rather than rely on Freud’s or.....

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Book News: Leaning into the Spirit

08 Jan 2020

Book News: Leaning into the Spirit

Congratulations to PaCT Fellow Dr Virginia Miller and PaCT Director Rt Rev'd Professor Stephen Pickard who together with The Most Rev'd David Moxon, have edited a new ecumenical book published by Palgrave Macmillan. Leaning into the Spirit: Ecumenical Perspectives on Discernment and Decision-making in the Church is part of a series on Pathways for Ecumenical and Interreligious Dialogue. According to the publisher: Gives fresh insight into ecumenismOffers new theological insights.....

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