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PaCT Fellow presents on “infallibility” at conference

26 Jul 2019

PaCT Fellow presents on “infallibility” at conference

A Centre for Public and Contextual Theology fellow has presented a paper on the concept of infallibility from a Muslim and Catholic perspective at an international conference. Dr Suleyman Sertkaya who is a Lecturer and Researcher in Islamic Studies at the Centre for Islamic Studies and Civilisations (CISAC), CSU presented the paper at the 2019 International Conference on Comparative Theology which was held 23-24 July at the Melbourne Campus of.....

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PaCT Fellow writes on The Promise of Place

26 Jul 2019

PaCT Fellow writes on The Promise of Place

Andrew Errington is a lecturer at St. Mark’s National Theological Centre, Canberra, and a research fellow of the Centre for Public and Contextual Theology. He has written an opinion piece which has been published in ABC Religion and Ethics titled “Halfway to belongin’ here”: Tim Winton, St. Augustine and the promise of place for Australia today" This is a revised version of the Commencement Lecture delivered at St. Mark’s earlier.....

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PaCT fellow speaks at Sailing to Byzantium

05 Jul 2019

PaCT fellow speaks at Sailing to Byzantium

Sailing to Byzantium: A Month of Talks on the Orthodox Church’s Byzantine Legacy With the blessing of His Grace Bishop Seraphim of Apollonias, sub-dean of St Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Theological College, and the initiative of Revd Father Athanasios Giatsios, parish priest of St Catherine’s Greek Orthodox Church, Mascot NSW, in the month of May St Catherine’s co-organised a series of talks with St Andrew’s entitled ‘Sailing to Byzantium’ which explored.....

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PaCT papers accepted at Global Network of Public Theology

05 Jul 2019

PaCT papers accepted at Global Network of Public Theology

Three PaCT members have had their papers accepted at the Global Network of Public Theology (GNPT) Conference to be held in Bamberg, Germany 23 – 26 September 2019. The theme of this year’s triennial conference is “Place and Space: Theological perspectives on living in the world”. The three papers accepted are “Dialogical Space: Cusanus and Public Theology” by UTC Principal Rev Peter Walker; “Imagining ‘Good Cities’ in a Time of.....

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