Two vacancies at Newbold College

Newbold College of Higher Education, United Kingdom, seeks to appoint two full-time lecturers within its Department of Theological Studies. The Department is internationally recognised in Seventh-day Adventist Christian circles as being a centre of excellence in biblical, theological and pastoral education.

Lecturer

Applications are invited from women and men with expertise in at least one area offered within the Department (i.e. Biblical Studies – Old Testament and/or New Testament; Pastoral Studies; or Theological Studies), and with a proven ability to contribute to at least one other discipline. More here.

Lecturer in Pastoral Studies

Applications are invited from women and men with expertise in Pastoral Studies, and with a proven ability to contribute to at least one other discipline. More here.

The deadline for applications for both jobs is February 22; starting date for employment June 2019.

 

Vacancy: Lecturer at Newbold College

Newbold College of Higher Education, United Kingdom, seeks to appoint a full-time lecturer within its Department of Theological Studies. The Department is internationally recognised in Seventh-day Adventist Christian circles as being a centre of excellence in biblical, theological and pastoral education.

Applications are invited from women and men with expertise in at least one area offered within the Department (ie Biblical Studies – Old Testament and/or New Testament; Pastoral Studies; or Theological Studies), and with a proven ability to contribute to at least one other discipline.

More information here.

CFP–Institute of Adventist Studies: Contours of European Adventism

Call for papers

Third International Symposium, ThH Friedensau, Institute of Adventist Studies, April 23–26

Contours of European Adventism: Issues in the History of the Denomination on the Old Continent 

You are welcome to submit an abstract (100 to 150 words) of a proposed 30-minute paper until November 20, 2017. Papers should address one of the themes listed below in a historical perspective. Case studies are welcome; suggest an additional topic if you are an expert on it. All presenters are requested to consent to two avenues of publication: (1) the symposium pro­ceedings, and (2) the Encyclopedia of Seventh-day Adventists.

Contact: esda@thh-friedensau.de

Paper Topics and Areas

European Adventists and the Public

  • European Adventists in Public Life
  • European Adventists and Environmentalism
  • Seventh-day Adventists and Military Service in Europe
  • The European Union and the Seventh-day Adventist Church
  • Adventist Martyrs in Europe
  • European Adventists and Postmodernism/Post-Christian European Culture
  • Adventists and Socialist Governments in Europe

European Adventists and “the Others”

  • European Adventists and the Free Churches
  • State Churches in Europe and Seventh-day Adventists
  • Bible Translation and Europe Seventh-day Adventists
  • Adventism and Ethnic Diversity in Europe
  • European Adventists and Migration

European Adventists and the Adventist Tradition

  • Ellen White and Europe
  • Contextualization in European Adventism
  • European Adventist Evangelism
  • Potluck, Sabbath School, Worship: Performance & Praxis in Europe
  • Adventist Welfare Service Europe
  • European Adventist Missions and Missionaries
  • Sabbath-Keeping: Challenges and Developments in Europe
  • Adventist Hymnody in Europe: National / Regional Case Studies

 

Read the full Call for Papers here.