‘Beyond Blame: Accountability Now?’ The MODEM annual conference is on Tuesday 1st December (9.30-3.30), via Zoom, in collaboration with the Susanna Wesley Foundation. This day conference will look head on at the challenges of accountability whilst enabling you to open up your own work to the same questions. Key speakers include Helen Cameron (Practical Theologian), Marvin Rees (Mayor […]
Lived Catholicism(s) – New Questions and Untold Stories is an on-line conference taking place across two days (23rd – 24th November), bringing together theologians, ethnographers, anthropologists, human geographers, psychologists and ethicists among others for interdisciplinary exchange and encounter. It is a project of the Centre for Catholic Studies at Durham University, in partnership with the […]
Practical Theology Journal is looking for a new Book Reviews Editor The Practical Theology Journal is growing in volume, quality, circulation and international reach. Our current Book Reviews Editor, Stephen Roberts, wishes to relinquish the role and we are therefore looking for a replacement for this key task in the Journal’s team. Expressions of interest, […]
‘Deep, high, broad, long – John 17: the most far-reaching chapter in the Bible?’ The Queen’s Foundation invites you to an online public lecture by Professor David Ford on Thursday 17th September, 19:30-21:00. For further details, please see the flyer: David Ford lecture at Queen’s flyer
Cliff College is hosting an online Research in Mission study session from 11-12.30 on 16th September. Please see the flyer for further details. Research In Mission 2020 Flyer
Overseas Missionary Study Centre 2020–2021 Online Study Program – with special offer for doctoral & postdoctoral students
Fall Semester offerings for the Overseas Missionary Study Centre 2020–2021 Online Study Program Because of the global pandemic and restrictions on international travel, in place of our regular Residential Study Program seminars, OMSC has arranged a series of online seminars, author interviews, and webinars for 2020–2021 that will be of interest to pastors, scholars, students, […]
An invitation from BIAPT member, Christine Lai, to “Ageing and despair: towards patience and hope for health and care”, a virtual conference on 4th September 2020 (then available to view until end of the year). Invitation to Conference on Ageing (1) This interdisciplinary conference, organised by Oxford McDonald Centre of Theology, Ethics and Public Life, […]
Reimagining is a 3 day interactive virtual conference hosted by the Church of England to reimagine mission, evangelism, discipleship, remembering, and even Christmas for this year. Speakers include Justin Welby, Tom Holland, Jill Duff, Sam Wells, and BIAPT’s Sanjee Perera. See their eventbrite page for further details and registration options.
There are currently 2 job opportunities at The Queen’s Foundation for Ecumenical Theological Education in Birmingham: Anglican Admissions Tutor (full-time), apply by 4th September, and Administrator for the Centre for Black Theology (part-time), apply by 28th August. Please visit the Queen’s website for further details.
The Oxford Centre for Religion and Culture, in association with Sarum College, is running a series of 4 workshops in Mondays in September entitled Words of Life and Death: Poetry and Culture in Crisis. Participants include Suhaiyma Manzoor-Khan and Harry Baker, Rachel Mann, Martin Glynn & Padraig O’Tuama. Click Words of Life and Death for […]