New Article in the Methodist Review

Posted by David McEwan | Uncategorized | Tuesday 8 March 2011 3:48 pm

Methodist Review has just published a new article in its latest issue at http://www.methodistreview.org/index.php/mr. They invite you to review the Table of Contents provided below and then visit the website to read the new article.\r\n\r\nThey also wish to advise us that due to a technical problem that has recently been discovered, the intended fonts did not “embed” properly in the PDF files of the three articles published in Volume 2 (2010) of the journal: Watson, Davis, and Matthews. The same problem occurred with the January 2011 issue of the Methodist Review Newsletter. As a result, these PDF files displayed on many computer systems in a rather odd and unattractive font.  The problem has now been identified and fixed, and replacement files have been uploaded to the Methodist Review system. If you downloaded and saved the files of any of the articles from Volume 2, or the January 2011 issue of the newsletter, you may wish to visit our website to download the replacement files, which should display in the proper fonts.\r\n\r\nRex D. Matthews\r\n\r\nCandler School of Theology\r\n\r\nrex.matthews@emory.edu\r\n\r\nMethodist Review\r\n\r\nVol 3 (2011)\r\n\r\nTable of Contents\r\n\r\nhttp://www.methodistreview.org/index.php/mr/issue/view/9

Booth College Faculty Research Seminars

Posted by David McEwan | Uncategorized | Friday 4 March 2011 10:32 am

Booth College will launch its regular series of Faculty Research Seminars on Monday 7 March at 6:30pm.  In these seminars members of the college faculty present their research in an atmosphere of encouragement and support.   The first event will feature Dr. Stuart Devenish who will present a paper on DISCIPLING THE EYES: CHRISTIAN FAITH AS SPIRITUAL SIGHT and Captain Anthony Rees who will speak on MODEL CITIZENS? THE TRAGIC TALE OF NUMBERS 25.\r\n\r\nAll interested persons in the Sydney area are invited to attend. The meeting will be held in the Booth College Function Centre. Each paper will be followed by a time of open discussion.  Please bring a plate to share for dinner. Further details can be obtained from Glen O’Brien or by contacting Booth directly:\r\n\r\nBooth College Admin\r\n32a Barnsbury Grove\r\nBexley North, NSW 2207\r\nPO Box 4063\r\nBexley North, NSW 2207\r\n\r\nPh. (02) 95020432