Prof Mark Brett’s and Dr Norman Habel’s addresses to launch Dr Habel’s book which links indigenous rights with the ancient thinking and theology of the Prophet Abraham and his relationship with the Canaanite people. Recorded at the Fellowship for Biblical Studies National Conference held at the Australian Catholic University, North Sydney, on 26th September 2018.
An address by Emeritus Professor Raymond Nobbs to launch Robert Withycombe’s book on the pioneer Australian Anglican clergyman, Francis “Bertie” Boyce.
The event took place at St Aidan’s Anglican Church at Blackheath in the Blue Mountains west of Sydney on Saturday 22 September 2018.
In conjunction with the second anniversary of CWB II, The eRecord spoke with NLMB Board Member and St Mary’s Cathedral choir Director of Music Jacinta Jakovcevic to bring awareness about the importance of this resource provided to the parishes, and schools across the country.
Liam Miller interviewed Geoff Thompson about his new book, A Genuinely Theological Church: Ministry, Theology, and the Uniting Church.
We dive into his robust and dynamic definition of theology (looking especially at the role of imagination in theology, and how theology is marked by puzzling proclamations, unexpected tangents and strangeness), we discuss the novel and particular nature of Christian confession, the post-Christendom church, the missional vocation of theology, and much, much more.
Listen to Podcast, search – “Love Rinse Repeat”, http://www.loverinserepeat.com/podcast/thompson
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Click the player button below to listen to Fr Aguiyi on ABC Radio National’s Good Friday special, first broadcast 6 April 2018.
A video introducing the book ‘I used to be dead (Tahlia’s story)’ by Colin J Pearce. Set in Palestine in 28 AD it tells the story of Tahlia and her three untamed friends as they terrorise their town, have adventures, take risks and have a whole lot of fun, until one of them becomes very very sick …
Congratulations to Harriet!
Here are some recent reviews of her celebrated new book.