The theme this year is three-tikanga theology – broadly conceived as a theological engagement with the principles, partnerships, and possibilities of a church reflective of its Māori, Pākehā and Polynesian peoples.
Over the course of two days, participants will explore the intersections of systematic and contextual theology, theological anthropology and tikanga, Christian ethics and Moana studies, and more.
Late papers are invited that draw from a range of theological disciplines: biblical, systematic, historical, pastoral, and contextual. While Te Pouhere and the Anglican Church is the primary context, we welcome papers closely related to the conference theme. Publication of selected papers is expected.
Please send an abstract of 300-500 words to Dr Don Moffat ([email protected]) by November 5th. Papers should be 4,000 – 7,000 words in length.
The colloquium will be held at St John's College, Auckland, but Zoom participation will also be available.
Event Venue & Nearby Stays
St. John's Theological College, 202-210 St Johns Rd, Auckland, New Zealand 1072, Auckland, New Zealand