The fourth and final 2014 United Faculty of Theology May Series Lunchtime Seminars will be held on Wendesday 28th. Professor Mark Lindsay will discuss Barth, Berkovits, Birkenau: On Whether Karl Barth Can be Understood as a Post-Holocaust Theologian.
Access the latest Gazette for a list of outcomes from the most recent meetings of the University Council and Academic Board.
Bishop Paul Bird CSsR will present the topic Living Liturgy: The Vision of Vatican II at a Knox Public Lecture, Catholic Theological College, Wednesday 21 May, at 7.30pm.
Announcing the closure of the United Faculty of Theology and the end of 2014, and the formation of two new Colleges approved by Council to begin operating in 2015.
The third of the 2014 United Faculty of Theology May Series Lunchtime Seminars will be held on Wendesday 21st. Dr Deborah Guess will present the topic Panentheism: A Framework for Developing Ecological Theology.
Announcing the appointment of Christiaan Mostert as an Emeritus Professor of the University.
The deadline for submission of proposals for the Claiming of Sovereignty conference has been extended to 15 June 2014. For details regarding submission, or conference registration, please view the updated flier here.
The second of the 2014 United Faculty of Theology May Series Lunchtime Seminars will be held on Wendesday 14th. Professor Christiaan Mostert will present on the theme The Church: Is There a Common Vision?
Trinity College, University of Divinity, in Melbourne, Australia, invites applications for full-time faculty positions to begin in January 2015.
On Friday 2 May, 184 graduands attended the 2014 University of Divinity Graduation Ceremony at St. Patrick’s Cathedral.