Biennial Meeting

“The Prophets Speak on Forced Migration”

Browsing around the American Academy of Religion/Society of Biblical Literature book exhibit today, I saw some new titles that seem directly relevant for the 2016 Biennial Conference theme, “Live, Move, and Have Being: Migration and Practical Theology”… among them was … Continue reading

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APT 2016 Biennial Conference Registration and Housing Coming in December

In reply to some questions we’ve been getting about Registration and Housing for the 2016 Biennial Conference in NYC, April 8-10: Registration and Housing will open in December. There will be registration options for APT members and non-members. There will … Continue reading

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2016 APT Biennial Conference Theme

The Theme of the APT 2016 Biennial Conference (April 8-10, New York City, at Fordham University and the UN Church Center), along with the Call for Papers, Tentative Schedule, and Biennial Bibliography, are here on our website and will be … Continue reading

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Announcing the Biennial Bibliography — Generated by APT Members

The APT announces the “Biennial Bibliography” — a regularly-updated list of resources relevant to the theme of our 2016 Biennial Conference in New York City: “Live, Move, and Have Being: Migration and Practical Theology.” APT members, please recommend resources, print … Continue reading

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2016 Biennial Conference Information now available!

APT BIENNIAL CONFERENCE information is now available! April 8-10, 2016: The APT Biennial Meeting will be in New York City. The Theme is “‘Live, Move, and Have Being’: Migration and Practical Theology”…. You can find the Theme description, Call for … Continue reading

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Less Than a Year Until APT Biennial Meeting!

Dear APT Members and Friends: We are less than a year until our next APT Biennial Meeting, our every-two-years conference where we gather to share research, delve deeply into a practical theological theme, catch up with old friends and colleagues, … Continue reading

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