Ten PACT members recently travelled to South Africa to attend the Global Network for Public Theology (GNPT) triennial conference at Stellenbosch University.
Caption: Peter Walker, Clive Pearson, Seforosa Carroll, Katherine Rainger, Brooke Prentis, Geoff Broughton, Mehmet Olzap, Ryan Green, Salih Yucel and Stephen Pickard.
The triennial GNPT Conference held in October was themed 'Democracy and Social Justice in Glocal Contexts' and was attended by about 60 people, including former Archbishop of Canterbury, Rowan Williams who spoke on 'Ethics, Empathy and Imagination.'
Seven papers were presented from PACT members on following topics:
Those papers are now being edited for publication by PACT and you can register your interest in a copy by contacting Peter Walker
The Centre for Public and Contextual Theology was a founding member of the GNPT, which now claims over 30 member institutions world-wide.
The 2019 GNPT Conference will be in Germany, and then Brazil in 2022.