Category : BIAPT news

Recommended Books for Practical Theology?

Is there at least one recent book you’d recommend to fellow readers of Practical Theology? Of course, if you think there are more we’d like to know. Please send us your recommendations and, if you have the time, one sentence to go with each book as to why it is being recommended. All books recommended […]

Understanding the Wellbeing of Working-Class Clergy: Invitation to Tender

This week the Church of England Ministry Development Team is launching their invitation to researchers to tender for a role in the ongoing Living Ministry research project, this time with a focus on the experience of Working-Class clergy. It is widely accepted that the Church of England is disproportionately middle class, in terms of both […]

Practical Theology Special Issue – Call for papers: Majority World Epistemologies

An understanding of epistemic justice as a project of centring the knowledges and experiences of those communities that have been historically marginalized through colonization and ongoing violence allows us to reflect our praxis in the increasingly pluralised world. Mindful of this, the Practical Theology journal is seeking expressions of interest from potential contributors for an issue […]

BIAPT 2022 Prizes for Practical Theology – submissions invited!

We are excited to announce the BIAPT 2022 Prizes for best Masters Dissertation and best Publishable Article in the field of practical theology. The winning submissions will receive £200 and a free place on our online annual conference, Flesh & Blood: Embodiment & Practical Theology, plus publication in the Practical Theology journal for the article. […]

Calls for creative writing – Ecotheology issue of Practical Theology

Nicola Slee, Anna Fisk and Mark Bennet – guest editors of the special conference issue of Practical Theology – are looking for poems and other short pieces of writing on the theme of Ecotheology as Practical Theology. We welcome poetry that reflects on our contemporary ecological crisis in the light of faith, bringing a prophetic […]

Practical Theology Journal: editorial changes & Book Reviews Editor search

The Practical Theology Journal is growing in volume, quality, circulation and international reach. Our current Book Reviews Editor, Dustin Benac, has been appointed to the new role of Associate Editor with a view to taking over as full editor in due course. We are therefore looking for a replacement for this key task in the […]