The Ireland – Scotland Practical Theology Conference on the subject of Othering is taking place online on Monday 27th September 2021 from 2pm – 8pm. For details of the call for presentations – extended deadline 19th July 2021 – please follow this link.
Wesley House, the Methodist member institute of the Cambridge Theological Federation, is offering a PhD scholarship in Leadership, Ministry or Supervision to be hosted by its Centre for Leadership, Ministry and Supervision. For further details click follow this link.
QAA are inviting expressions of interest to join the advisory group conducting the 2021 review of TRS subject benchmarks.
Each year one issue of the journal, Practical Theology, is devoted to Adult Theological Education. We welcome submissions relating to research into theological education in a range of contexts: e.g. in church communities, theological colleges/seminaries, lay education programmes. Given the extraordinary constraints within which theological education and church life has had to take place in […]
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 […]
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 […]
SCM are offering a special 20% reduction on the forthcoming book by Nicola Slee, Fragments for Fractured Times: What Feminist Practical Theology Brings to the Table. See Fragments for Fractured Times by Nicola Slee for further details and a discount code.
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.
Please see Racism 2020-Pathways To Taking Its Last Breath flyer for further details of this webinar to be held on 8 July, 7.30-9.30pm (BST). Link to the booking form can be found here.
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 […]