New issue of IJPT prepares VI GNPT Consultation

Comprising a series of works, including original articles and book reviews, the International Journal of Public Theology, the scientific journal of the Global Network for Public Theology, reaches its 16th volume. The publication, conceived by Prof. Dr. Rudolf von Sinner and Prof. Dr. Jefferson Zeferino, Chair and Vice-Chair of the GNPT Executive, respectively, highlights theContinue reading “New issue of IJPT prepares VI GNPT Consultation”

von Sinner in HCIAS Public Lecture

The Heidelberg Center for Ibero-American Studies (HCIAS) announces a Public Lecture, on May,3 4:15pm (CET), with Rudolf von Sinner (PUCPR, Brazil) about “Pandemic Religion in Brazil – socio-political perceptions and public theological reflections”. The event is aviable online via the Zoom plataform. HCIAS Public LectureMay 3, 4:15 PM (CET)Pandemic Religion in Brazil – socio-political perceptionsContinue reading “von Sinner in HCIAS Public Lecture”

Cláudio Carvalhaes will deliver a keynote lecture at the GNPT VI Consultation

Cláudio Carvalhaes was born in a poor neighbourhood in São Paulo. From this early and profound experiences, and without losing the ground that formed his identity, he made his most impressive way to becoming an “earth thinker, theologian, liturgist and artist” as he affirms on his personal website. Indeed, Carvalhaes calls attention through his uniqueContinue reading “Cláudio Carvalhaes will deliver a keynote lecture at the GNPT VI Consultation”

Cyril Hovorun will deliver a keynote lecture at the GNPT VI Consultation

Archimandrite Cyril Hovorun, a Ukrainian Orthodox priest, is Professor of Ecclesiology, International Relations and Ecumenism at the University College Stockholm in Sweden. He began studies in theoretical physics before moving to theology at the theological seminary and academy in Kyiv. Passing through further studies at the Kapodistiran University in Athens, he defended his PhD atContinue reading “Cyril Hovorun will deliver a keynote lecture at the GNPT VI Consultation”

Amira Osman will deliver a keynote lecture at the GNPT VI Consultation

Professor Amira Omer Siddig Osman is a highly expressive Sudanese/South African architect, lecturer, and researcher. She is currently a professor at the Tshwane University of Technology in Pretoria, holding the Research Chair in Spatial Transformation (Positive Change in the Built Environment) and serves as Joint Coordinator of the International Group CIB W104 Open Building Implementation.Continue reading “Amira Osman will deliver a keynote lecture at the GNPT VI Consultation”

New deadline

GNPT announces the extension of deadline for the submission of paper proposals concerning our next Consultation that is going to take place in Curitiba, Brazil (3-6 Oct). There was already a very good number of submissions, over 60. However, considering the interest of many others who were not able to meet the former deadline weContinue reading “New deadline”

Call for papers

ATENTION: The GNPT has extended the deadline for submitting papers. Proposals may be sent to before 31 March, 2022. Dear Colleagues, The Global Network for Public Theology (GNPT) is pleased to announce the call for papers for the sixth triennial consultation on “Public Theologies in Vibrating Cities: Precious and Precarious” which will be held inContinue reading “Call for papers”

Building inclusive communities

Is it possible for everyone to experience a sense of belonging? Why is there an increasing sense of exclusion in many sectors of society? What might it take for us to create inclusive communities? This webinar addresses these questions from various perspectives to highlight instances of exclusion in global development paradigms, in our institutions andContinue reading “Building inclusive communities”

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”