Read the University Gazette for the latest decisions taken by Council and Academic Board.
The ‘Experience of Catholic Culture’ Study Tour or Pilgrimage will be run between 3 September and 3 October 2015.
In collaboration with the SAGE Publishing company, the University of Divinity is pleased to announce that its journal Pacifica is now accepting manuscript submissions online through ScholarOne.
A new multi-faith immersion day program is to be offered in semester 2, in collaboration with the University of Divinity through Stirling College.
Libby writes: “Over the past year I have been exploring these ideas in the studio, with particular reference to the book of Ecclesiastes. Ecclesiastes awakens us to the reality of our contingent existence and encourages us to consider how best to live, despite the claim that ‘everything is meaningless’. This work took on new meaning when I discovered that the word we translate as ‘meaningless’ or ‘vanity’ can also be translated as ‘breath’.
St. Vladimir’s Seminary Press (SVS Press), the publishing house of St. Vladimir’s Orthodox Theological Seminary, has launched a new series highlighting the history and spirituality of the ancient Coptic Orthodox Church.
Though originally restricted to interpreting legal and biblical texts, hermeneutics now makes a distinctive contribution across the full extent of both philosophy and theology. This colloquium opens up a wide range of questions in which hermeneutics is engaged, drawing together important scholars from France and across Australia.
The book explores the deep connections between Catholic and Orthodox Churches by contrasting the artistic, liturgical and theological parallels that are found in the hidden treasures of the Eastern and Western traditions.
Information about Colloquium and the May 2015 edition is now available.
This year the 2015 University Research Day is being held on Wednesday 3 June, at the Centre for Theology and Ministry, 29 College Crescent, Parkville, Melbourne. Please use this link to view the full program. All inquiries should be directed to Dr. Suman Kashyap, on (03) 9340 8820, or via email – firstname.lastname@example.org