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Book Review: Ethics in the Real World by Peter Singer

23 Aug 2019

Book Review: Ethics in the Real World by Peter Singer

Associate Professor Andrew Cameron is the Director of St Mark's National Theological Centre, a partner in the School of Theology at Charles Sturt University. He is also a fellow of the Centre for Public and Contextual Theology Research. He has reviewed Peter Singer's book Ethics in the Real World which has been published on Case. His book review can be read on its website here......

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PaCT Fellow's book shortlisted for Christian Book of the Year

09 Aug 2019

PaCT Fellow's book shortlisted for Christian Book of the Year

Congratulations to PaCT Fellow Dr Ben Myers whose book The Apostles’ Creed: A Guide to the Ancient Catechism has been shortlisted for the 2019 Sparklit Australian Christian Book of the Year. Dr Myers' book was one of 10 books listed for the award. His book is published by Lexham Press in 2018. According to the publisher, Dr Myers "shows us what about the Christian faith is so counter-cultural, and what.....

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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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