This book covers every aspect of being a theologian; the theologian as priest, preacher, spiritual director, biblical interpreter, prophet, citizen, ethicist, peacemaker, teacher, conversationalist, ...
This book tells the story of the redevelopment of diaconal ministry in the diocese of Canberra & Goulburn from 1996 to 2016.
Drawing on a wealth of original archival material and little known published sources, Captains of the soul represents the first comprehensive account of Australian Army chaplains.
A book about a fruitful cooperation between church and state in the honouring of those who gave their lives, and the public yet spiritual act of repentance for the very condition of war.
Examines theological and ethical issues of ageing, disability and spirituality, focusing on how ageing affects people with mental health and developmental disabilities.
This book provides a frank assessment of the Church's disorder and disunity, and will prompt Australian Anglicans to think deeply about their Church's urgent need for reform and renewal.
This book explains how and why the Islamic mood and the Muslim mind competes, and sometimes conflicts, with popular culture and the propagation of contemporary liberal values.