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The Association of Practical Theology announces its 33rd Biennial Conference in New York City from April 8-10, 2016. The theme is “Live, Move, and Have Being: Migration and Practical Theology.” Around the world today, across countries and within cities, people … Continue reading
McCormick Theological Seminary, a seminary of the Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.) with strong urban, ecumenical, and cross-cultural commitments, is seeking an Associate Dean to lead its well-established Doctor of Ministry programs and continuing education initiatives. The Associate Dean will hold faculty … Continue reading
A Carnival of Resistance and Liberation: An Interdisciplinary Conference in Adult Education will held October 23-25, 2015 by Canadian Association for the Study of Adult Education (CASAE). This West Coast Regional Conference is hosted by the Faculty of Education, University of … Continue reading
Many of us have been friends and colleagues of Donald Capps. REA offers prayers and condolences to his family, upon his death. May he rest in peace!
Mercer University invites applications and nominations for the Dean of the James and Carolyn McAfee School of Theology in Atlanta, Georgia. This leadership position provides an exceptional opportunity for an experienced academic administrator to guide this independent theology school in its commitment to … Continue reading
In latest book (in Dutch) Bert Roebben considers religious education in European schools as an opportunity and even as a right for every child to ‘learn in encounter’ with the religious other. His approach is narrative, communicative and spiritual. He deals … Continue reading
Western Theological Seminary invites nominations and applications for the position of Academic Dean and Vice President of Academic Affairs. About Western Rooted in the historic Christian faith, Western Theological Seminary (WTS) is an evangelical and ecumenical community of faith and … Continue reading
As memories continue to flood in with the death of John Hull, readers may find Robert Jackson’s obituary of John Hull a powerful catalyst for recollection. It was recently published in The Guardian newspaper.
The Journal of Childhood and Religion (www.childhoodandreligion.com) is a free online journal launched in 2010. Peer-reviewed, it provides an interdisciplinary forum for scholars representing a wide range of research fields, interests, and perspectives that relate to children and religion. JCR is … Continue reading
This full time position is seeking a person to be a member of a dynamic ministerial team. This person will provide and develop leadership in areas that include: Funerals and Bereavement, Liturgy, Sacramental Preparation, Visitation, and Lifelong Faith Formation and RCIA. Qualifications … Continue reading