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Postgraduate Advanced Training Seminar (PATS) and Symposium

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Postgraduate Advanced Training Seminar (PATS) and Symposium

  Devotion, Gender and the Body in the Religious Cultures of Europe 1100-1800 A postgraduate advanced training seminar (PATS) and Symposium   To be held on:   Friday 18 August 2017 at Monash University (Clayton Campus) 11am-5pm and Saturday 19 August 2017 at Pilgrim Theological College, College Crescent, Parkville 9:30am-5pm The Religious History Association is keen to promote the study of religious history across a wide range of chronological periods and religious traditions. To this end, it is hosting a postgraduate advanced...

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Celebrating The Reformation 500th Anniversary

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Celebrating The Reformation 500th Anniversary

VDMA :  Verbum Domini Manet in Aeternum (The Word of the Lord Endures Forever) is the motto of the Lutheran Reformation, an expression of the perpetual power and authority of God’s Word.   In 2017, Moore College, Newtown is planning to commemorate the Reformation 500th Anniversary by holding a series of public events.   Dates for your diary are: 26-27 May. Justification Summit 19 July. Public Lecture 3, 7-11 August. The Annual Moore College Lectures will be given by Carl Trueman, a well-known church historian who has written...

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Seminar Paper by Constant Mews – Venue : The University of Sydney 15 May 2017

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Seminar Paper by Constant Mews – Venue : The University of Sydney 15 May 2017

Monday, 15 May 2017 Place: Kevin Lee Room Level 6, Lobby H Quadrangle Building Time: 4pm-5.30pm Prof Constant J. Mews (Monash University) “Rethinking Religious History in Global Perspective: Songlines, Sacred Stories and Theologies” Religious history can often become a celebration of what is parochial, without awareness of larger global issues. By contrast. the history of religions often deals with global perspectives, but can become out of touch with the specificity of particular moments in time and political circumstance. This lecture...

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