Mission Theology Anglican Conference - Anglican Theology and Public Engagement
Date: 24th - 27th April 2017
Venue: Diocesan Guest House, Recife
Led by: Co-chairs: Professor Joanildo Burity, Lead Researcher/Professor at the Joaquim Nabuco Foundation and Rt Revd Dr Graham Kings, Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion
Anglican Theology and Public Engagement
Dates: 24th - 27th April 2017
Host Institution: Diocesan Guest House, Recife
Host: The Most Revd Francisco de Assis da Silva, Presiding Bishop of the Anglican Episcopal Church of Brazil.
Co Chairs: Professor Joanildo Burity, Lead Researcher/Professor at the Joaquim Nabuco Foundation and Rt Revd Dr Graham Kings, Mission Theologian in the Anglican Communion
Location: Diocesan Guest House, Recife
Theme: Anglican Theology and Public Engagement
Confirmed Speakers and Papers:
The Very Revd Dr Gustavo Gilson Oliveira (Lecturer in Social and Philosophical Foundations of Education at the Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife; former Dean of the Recife Anglican Provincial Seminary, Recife-PE), 'Public Theology and the Brazilian Religious Field: Questions and Contributions from an Anglican Perspective'
Revd Inamar de Souza, (Vicar, All Saints Parish Church, Niterói-RJ, Anglican Diocese of Rio de Janeiro), 'God is not homophobic: An Anglican Contribution to Overcoming Homophobia'
The Revd Dr Lilian Lira (Research Fellow at the Postgraduate Programme in Education, Cultures and Identities at the Joaquim Nabuco Foundation/Federal Rural University of Pernambuco; President of the Recife Diocesan Standing Committee, Recife-PE), 'Ecumenism and Interfaith Dialogue: A Mode of Doing Public Theology'
Dr Paulo Ueti, (Theological Advisor and Regional Facilitator for Latin America of the Anglican Alliance; Lay member, Anglican Diocese of Brasilia), 'Biblical Notes on Mission and Theology: Doing theology through activism for life'
Dr Joanildo Burity (Lead researcher at the Joaquim Nabuco Foundation; Professor of the Postgraduate Programmes in Sociology and in Political Science at the Federal University of Pernambuco, Recife-PE), 'Public religion and public theology: the message of justice and affirmation of pluralism in a divided and commodified society'
The Anglican Communion News Service published an article about the conference, which you can read here.