Carey Graduate School Research Conference
Thursday 14 September 2023, 9.00am-5.00pm
Scholarship that serves the gospel to serve the church
Carey Graduate School is proud to host our Scholarship conference. At this stimulating one-day event, students and faculty will present papers covering a wide range of topics.
This is a free event with Lunch, Morning and Afternoon tea provided.
The Research Conference can be attended either in person or online, simply register below.
|Thursday 14 September 9.00am-5.00pm|
|9.20am||Peter Cossey – The Attraction to New Zealanders of the New Calvinist Movement: The Why and How of Religious Movement Growth.|
|9.55am||Michael Rhodes – Seeking the Welfare of the City When the Empire’s Listening: Exploring Politics with Joseph and Daniel|
|11.00am||Andrew Picard – Be Fruitful and Multiply, Dispossess the Earth and Confiscate It: The Political Utility of Gen 1:28 for Waste Land Theories in Aotearoa|
|11.35am||Christa McKirland – If Augustine’s Account of Original Sin is Negotiable, What Isn’t? An Exploration in Non-Negotiables|
|12.10pm||Andrew Baldwin – A Community of Salvation: The Spiritual Nature of the Interpersonal Relationships within the Church|
|1.45pm||Glyn Thomas – Baptists and Prohibition in Aotearoa 1917-1919: A Critical Reflection on Baptists and Public Issues|
|2.20pm||Cam Jones – Helping the Eschatologically Anxious: A Phenomenological Case Study on Rapture Anxiety within New Zealand Baptist Churches|
|3.20pm||Emma Stokes – A Samaritan at the feet of Jesus, Luke 17:11-19|
|3.55pm||Sam Kilpatrick – Reconsidering Your First Two Years of Youth Ministry|