Equipping Public Theologians for the Common Good

This event launches the open access public theology resources aimed at equipping member churches for engagement for the common good The in the open-access resource revolves around the topic of public theology and is the result of cooperation between the Berlin Institute for Public Theology in Germany, the Beyers Naudé Institute for Public Theology inContinue reading “Equipping Public Theologians for the Common Good”

GNPT greets Nico Koopman on his 60th birthday

The Global Network of Public Theology greets Prof. Nico Koopman, co-founder and first Chair of the Network, on his 60th birthday, together with his wife, Skatty, and all his family, as well as Stellenbosch University, which he serves as Deputy Vice-Chancellor and Vice-Rector for Social Impact, Transformation and Personnel of Stellenbosch University. An online BirthdayContinue reading “GNPT greets Nico Koopman on his 60th birthday”

Call for Working Groups

GLOBAL NETWORK FOR PUBLIC THEOLOGYVII CONSULTATION CURITIBA, BRAZIL, 03-06 OCTOBER, 2022Public Theologies in Vibrating Cities: Precious and Precarious Cities vibrate, shine, resonate. They are vibrant, tourist brochures tell us – lively, that is,interesting for those who seek for good food, nightlife, and entertainment. But much more than that, public life is vibrating. What do theseContinue reading “Call for Working Groups”

Save the date: 03-06/10/2022

GLOBAL NETWORK FOR PUBLIC THEOLOGYVII CONSULTATION CURITIBA, BRAZIL, 03-06 OCTOBER, 2022Public Theologies in Vibrating Cities: Precious and Precarious The next consultation of the Global Network for Public Theology will be held at the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná at Curitiba, Brazil (PUCPR), a 2 million inhabitants’ city in the southern state of Paraná, at anContinue reading “Save the date: 03-06/10/2022”

The 2019 conference in Bamberg

September 23rd–26th, 2019 “Place and Space: Theological perspectives on living in the world” Consultation of the Global Network for Public Theology at the Dietrich-Bonhoeffer-Research-Centre for Public Theology, University of Bamberg One might say that one of the challenges of ‘Public Theologies of Space and Place’ is to resist, while at the same time having toContinue reading “The 2019 conference in Bamberg”