writing

Some writing from this emerging journey:

October 2012: Conference Paper for ‘The Expressible and The Inexpressible’, Biennial Conference for Philosophy, Religion and Culture, Catholic Institute of Sydney.

March 2012: Sermons on Being-in-Love with God

January 2012:  4,000 word essay for MTh Unit – Contemporary Theology in a Global Context

November 2011:  3,000 word essay for MTh unit – Contemporary Theology in a Global Context

June 2011: 10,000 words essay for M.Th Guided Reading Unit

June 2011: 6,000 word essay for M.Th unit – Truth and Knowing in Theology

April 2011: 4,000 word essay for M.Th unit – Truth and Knowing in Theology

January 2011:  a paper on emerging anglican worship

April 2010:  a discussion paper originally written for the Archbishop of Melbourne as part of his Vision Consultations in the Diocese of Melbourne

5 thoughts on “writing

  1. Dear chelle,

    enjoyed your article on postmodern anglicanism. We need to talk about regular coffee meetings for a ginger group. No doubt we are on similar wavelength

    Cheers

    Shane

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