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Keeping Faith In Politics – 2017 Election Series

Otago University’s Centre for Theology and Public Issues is presenting an election years series Keeping Faith in Politics, running 31 March to 31 August in Wellington. Further info can be found here, or download a poster below. Seeking the Common … Continue reading

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Wellington Theological Consortium Seminar – Saturday 29th August 2015

The Wellington Theological Consortium is offering a one day seminar on the topic of Peace and War in August. Featured speakers are Professor Richard Jackson (Otago University), Professor Chris Marshall (Victoria University) and Rev. Dr Jim Veitch (formerly of Massey … Continue reading

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Laidlaw College Open Lecture – “Church Matters” – Sat 11 Oct 7.30pm (Wgtn)

Please see attached flyer from Laidlaw college re: a free public lecture to be held at St Christophers Church in Tawa this Saturday 11 October at 7.30pm. Dr  Tim Meadowcroft will be speaking on “Church Matters” exploring three separate pictures from Scripture … Continue reading

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Wellington Theological Consortium Seminar – Saturday 16th August 2014

We have just received info from the Wellington Theological Consortium regarding their annual seminar which is to be held at Booth College of Mission on Saturday 16 August 2014. It will feature three keynote speakers – Dr Peter Lineham from Massey University in … Continue reading

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Wellington Theological Consortium Seminar – Saturday 10th August

On Saturday 10th August the Wellington Theological Seminar will be holding a One-Day Seminar – “Faith & Secularity” – at the Mercy Conference Centre, Wellington. Tickets range from $15-$40. Speakers include: Dr Chris Duthie-Jung “Was Bette Midler right? is faith amid … Continue reading

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