- Online lecture: The ageless self and the selfless ageThe PThU and Radboud University are organising a virtual public Keynote Lecture entitled 'The Ageless Self and the Selfless Age', given by Prof. Mira Balberg (UC San Diego) in consultation with Prof. Haim Weiss (Ben Gurion). The lecture is part of a symposium on 'Conceptualising old age in ancient Jewish and early Christian contexts'. The lecture extends their recent groundbreaking study of 'old age' in rabbinic literature (When Near Becomes Far, Oxford UP 2021).
- Webinar: Refractions of Hermeneutics in African Theology: A South-North ConversationIn this conversation, ATW and CTCW’s Prof Benno van den Toren will dialogue with Langham Literature African Coordinator Dr Liz Mburu about the place of hermeneutics in the discourses of current African Theology scholarship.
- Opening academic year 2022-2023The PThU will open the academic year 2022-2023 on Tuesday August 30, 2022 in the Nicolai church in Utrecht.
- The Anselm Moment: responding theologically to the current times. 39th International Barth ConferenceIt was about 1930 and Karl Barth felt that his theological thoughts began to reach a deadlock. To get out of it, he consulted Anselm of Canterbury. It is a pressing venture to study the impasse Barth was in, and the solutions he found in his book on Anselm. How do we in 2022 relate to Anselm’s and Barth’s methodological instructions, and what do they imply for our own era? That is the focus of this 39th Barth Conference.