(‘What I Did Today by God,’ by Glenn Loughrey. Used with the artist’s permission. www.glennloughrey.com )
‘We should have so much love for this contemporary world of ours, for our fellow human beings, that we should declare our solidarity with it in its crisis and hope’ (DBWE 10:326).
Dietrich Bonhoeffer (1906-1945) wrote much of his theology during a time of intense upheaval and crisis. He developed his rich contributions to theology and ethics in the context of National Socialism and during the Second World War.
The world is again in a state of crisis and upheaval. How can engaging Bonhoeffer help with understanding and negotiating some of the many challenges that we are facing today?
The Bonhoeffer Congress in Sydney, Australia, welcomes scholars, students, Christians, and activists who are committed to addressing these and other challenges, as well as all those interested in Bonhoeffer’s theology and its reception.
Plenary speakers: Paul Chung, Lisa Dahill, Willie Jennings, Kung Lap-yan, Anne Pattel-Gray and Di Rayson
Dates: 14-18th January, 2024.
Location: United Theological College, North Parramatta (Sydney)
Call for papers: forthcoming in late 2022.
For more information see the website.