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Video: Norm Habel launch

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.

More about the book here

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Catholic Worship Book II celebrates two years of providing music for liturgy in Australia

The Record this week has a long article marking two years of the Catholic Worship Book II.

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.

Read the article here.

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A Genuinely Theological Church on Love, Rinse, Repeat

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.

Get the book here…

Listen to Podcast, search – “Love Rinse Repeat”,

Follow the show: @RinseRepeatPod
Follow Liam Miller: @liammiller87

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Price increase 1 July

Dear Customers,

Due to increases in production costs we will be increasing our prices (by approx. 5%) from 1 July 2018.

This is our first price increase since MSP was established and we will continue to keep our books as reasonably priced as we possibly can.

Many thanks for your continued custom.

Morning Star Publishing

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Australian College of Theology Monograph Series

The ACT Monograph Series (Series Editor Graeme R. Chatfield) provides a forum for publishing quality research theses and studies by its graduates and affiliated college staff in the broad fields of Biblical Studies, Christian Thought and History, and Practical Theology. The ACT selects the best of its doctoral and research masters theses as well as monographs that offer the academic community, scholars, church leaders and the wider community uniquely Australian and New Zealand perspectives on significant research topics and topics of current debate.

The ACT also provides opportunity for contributors beyond its graduates and affiliated college staff to publish monographs which support the mission and values of the ACT.

Check the current titles here