Bonhoeffer Conference 2018
7 Jun 2018 until 8 Jun 2018
9:00 AM - 3:30 PM
Mary MacKillop Place
What lessons can be drawn from the writings of Dietrich Bonhoeffer in addressing global challenges such as racism, poverty and climate change?
At this year’s Bonhoeffer Conference, guest speakers from South Africa and the United States bring fresh insights from their research in public theology into these contemporary challenges.
Professor Robert Vosloo, Stellenbosch University
Bonhoeffer, our contemporary? Bonhoeffer on time, the times, and public life
Professor Juliana Claassens, Stellenbosch University
Towards a Feminist Public Theology: On Wounds, Scars and Healing in the Book of Jeremiah and Beyond
Professor Barry Harvey, Baylor University
A Hard Habit to Break: Re-envisioning Public Theology in a World After Christendom
9am-4pm (Day 1)
9am-3:30pm (Day 2)
Catering: Lunch, Morning Tea, Afternoon Tea and a Networking Dinner on Day 1 of the conference.
Price: $345 pp
To register click here.
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