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Book Launch – Divine Righteousness

This book focuses on divine righteousness, the basis for all other notions of righteousness, as it is outlined in the the foundational teaching or revelation of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament—the Torah or Pentateuch.

Lunchtime Seminar – Common Good

Dr Mulligan’s approach to the common good engages with David Hollenback’s emphasis on the building of human relationships in the context of the common good.

The Gift and Grief of Anglicanism

Trinity College Theological School are proud to present the 44th Annual Barry Marshall Lecture, with guest speaker the Most Reverend Jeffrey Driver, Archbishop of Adelaide.

Lunchtime Seminar – Religious Pluralism

In the present-day multicultural context, religious pluralism continues to be a contentious issue. In this seminar Dr. Suritharajah will focus on two eminent thinkers whose perspectives on religious pluralism have attracted much attention: Mohandas K. Gandhi, and John Hick.

Public Lecture – Textual Abundance

Emeritus Professor R. S. Sugirtharajah will consider quesions raised about the results of ongoing marketization of the Bible in a public lecture to be held Thursday, 21 August 2014

Book Launch – God’s Word

You are invited to the book launch of ‘God’s Word and the Church’s Council: Vatican II and Devine Revelation’.
The event will be held Monday 11 August, beginning at 6.00pm for a 6.30pm start.

Call for Papers – Theology and Philosophy

This conference will bring together postgraduate students researching in Theology and Philosophy from across the Higher Education sector in order to promote the place of those disciplines in Australian research.

Wesleyan Theology and the City

The 2014 ACWR Annual Conference will be held in Melbourne on 15-16 August. The keynote speaker will be Dr. Deirdre Brower-Latz, the Principal of Nazarene Theological College Manchester, UK.

Disagreement Between Faiths

Mike Higton, Professor of Theology and Ministry at Durham University, will present a seminar entitled Disagreement Between Faiths. Why we need more of it.

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