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Jobs at Church Army’s Research Unit

With a growing reputation and demand, this is an exciting time to join the Research Unit and Church Army’s wider Learning and Development team. Since its inception in 1997, the Research Unit has had the brief to examine contemporary Christian evangelism, mission, and the creation of fresh expressions of Church. We are recruiting 1.5 posts […]

Ecotheological poetry commission

Poet theologian Sam Tongue has written three specially commissioned poems for BIAPT, engaging with ecotheological themes. Please click on links to see these poems. Samuel Tongue – Leviathan Samuel Tongue – Climate-Change Samuel Tongue – Aleph-beth

Book discount offer in partnership with BIAPT Summer Gathering

SCM Press & Canterbury Press have offered a special bookstall promotion to all BIAPT 2020 Summer Gathering attendees. Enjoy 20% off selected titles ordered via the BIAPT Summer Gathering Virtual Bookstall from Monday 13th July. Offer ends Friday 17th July at 23:59 pm.

2020 Lambeth Awards for BIAPT members

Congratulations to current BIAPT committee member Anthony G. Reddie and former Chair John Swinton who have been given Lambeth Awards by the Archbishop of Canterbury, marking their outstanding contributions to practical and black theology. Both have been awarded The Lanfranc Award for Education and Scholarship – Anthony “for his exceptional and sustained contribution to Black Theology […]

Theology in Practice series from Brill

We are glad to commend to you the Brill series Theology in Practice, whose editors-in-chief are our own Elaine Graham and our American colleague, Bonnie J Miller-McLemore.

Call for Papers for Practical Theology journal: Reflecting Theologically on COVID-19

Call for Papers for Practical Theology journal: Reflecting Theologically on COVID-19 Practical theologians are well-placed to respond to the current global pandemic involving the COVID-19 virus. Everything is changing and we know we haven’t been here before in responding locally and globally to such a threat to life. Theological reflection on our experience is vital […]