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PACT research fellow writes about those languishing on Manus Island on ABC Religion and Ethics

08 Nov 2017

PACT research fellow writes about those languishing on Manus Island on ABC Religion and Ethics

PACT Research Fellow Rev'd Dr Geoff Broughton looks at the those languishing at Manus Island and asks if Love can make a way in this piece on ABC Religion and Ethics.As well as being a Research Fellow at PACT, Dr Broughton is a senior lecturer in theology as Charles Sturt University's School of Theology as well as Rector at Paddington Anglican Church. 'As you read this, Pastor Jarrod McKenna and.....

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PACT Research Fellow writes about NDIS in The Conversation

25 Oct 2017

PACT Research Fellow writes about NDIS in The Conversation

PACT Fellow Dr Damian Palmer looks beyond the rhetoric of teething problems to examine significant issues with the NDIS in an article published in The Conversation.Read the article here. Email:.....

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The west after the protestant reformation – 500 years on

19 Oct 2017

The west after the protestant reformation  –  500 years on

PACT Professor Scott Cowdell will be among those reflecting on the 500th anniversary of the Reformation at an event being held at the Sydney Institute on 26 October. Professor Cowdell will join former PACT Professor Fr Frank Brennan AO and Catholic Bishop Peter J. Elliott to discuss 'The West after the Protestant Reformation - 500 years on'. For full details see this email from the Sydney Institute. Email:.....

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Archaeology book award for PACT scholar

13 Oct 2017

Archaeology book award for PACT scholar

Congratulations to Public and Contextual Theology Research Fellow Dr Alan Cadwallader who has received a prestigious international book award.The Biblical Archaeology Society (BAS) named Fragments of Colossae: Sifting Through the Traces the 2017 Best Popular Book on Archaeology.The prize was announced in September 2017 and the judges said the book was 'academic in quality yet popular in readability' which presents the 'historical background, cultural setting and material culture of the.....

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