Common Dreams On the Road and Progressive Christian Network Queensland present:
and extend an invitation to attend one or more of the following:
Theology in the Age of Trump Thursday July 5, 6pm. St John’s Cathedral 373 Ann Street, Brisbane A conversation with Joe Bessler over wine and cheese as we explore the intersection of the religious and the political amid the current climate of debate over freedoms and authority. Entry by donation.
Reimagining Prayer and Practice Friday July 6, 6:30pm. Eastern Hills Anglican Church 101 Watson Street, Camp Hill An evening of wine, cheese and conversation with Professor Joe Bessler as we reimagine liturgy as practice for public life. Entry $10. Enquiries: Fr Chris Tyack email@example.com / 0404 518 011
Rise and Fall of The Christian Myth and A Change for the Better: Theology in the Modern and Contemporary Periods Saturday July 7, 9am – 1pm Uniting Church Centre 52 Merthyr Road, New Farm Registration from 8:30am. $35 entry includes morning tea. Discount available for fulltime theology students. Please register for catering purposes via Desley Garnett firstname.lastname@example.org / 0409 498 403
Theology in the Age of Trump Sunday July 8, 3pm. St Mark’s Buderim 7-17 Main Street, Buderim A conversation with Joe Bessler as we explore the intersection of the religious and the political amid the current climate of debate over freedoms and authority. $10 Entry includes afternoon tea. Enquiries: Rev’d Deb Bird email@example.com / 0404 816 202
Joseph A. Bessler is Professor of Theology at Phillips Theological Seminary in Tulsa, Oklahoma.
In addition to teaching theology courses, Joe Bessler specialises in the interaction of religion and
contemporary culture. He is the author of ‘A Scandalous Jesus’ and enjoys the challenge of opening up cross-disciplinary conversations that define theological questions in new ways.
You can read more about Joe here: https://www.westarinstitute.org/membership/westar-fellows/fellows-directory/joseph-a-bessler/
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Paul Inglis 14th June 2018