Jesus Then and Jesus Now

Please join us for this event as we celebrate the publication of my latest book:

JesusThenJesusNow Jesus Then and Jesus Now:
Looking for Jesus, Finding Ourselves

Melbourne: Mosaic Press, 2014

 

 

The book will be launched by the Revd Dr Nigel Leaves at SFC on Thursday, 10 April at 3.30pm.

Copies are now available for purchase at an early bird discount rate that will be available on the day of the launch and through to 15 April.

[Please note that orders can only be accepted from customers in Australia. Orders from overseas, including New Zealand, should be directed to the publisher: Mosaic Press. A North American edition will be available soon from Wipf & Stock.]

The venue will be Lecture Room 1, below the Roscoe Library at SFC (233 Milton Road, Milton).

To assist with catering arrangements, please register online for a free ticket.

You are welcome to join us for the book launch beginning at 3.30pm, or else to come at 2.00pm for two presentations in the SFC Research Seminar series:

  • 2.00pm – Richard Tutin (SFC): “Receptive Ecumenism”
  • 2.45pm – Serena Love (UQ Archaeology): “Chemical analysis of sun-dried bricks in ancient structures.”

 

About gregoryjenks

Anglican priest and religion scholar. Senior Lecturer in the School of Theology at Charles Sturt University. Formerly Dean at St George's College, Jerusalem. Currently serving as the locum priest at Byron Bay Anglican Parish.
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2 Responses to Jesus Then and Jesus Now

  1. solomon cheong says:

    Congradulations Greg and praise God…to Him be the glory.

  2. Rex Hunt says:

    Congratulations Greg. Look forward to a read. RAEH

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