After Crucifixion: A Symposium on the Theology of Craig Keen

On 27-28 June, UTC will host a small symposium on the work of the contemporary Wesleyan theoafter-crucifixionlogian Craig Keen. Central to Craig Keen’s work is the belief that human reflection on the mystery of God is always embodied, and that theology is structured by a pattern of embodied reflection and embodied giving.

The symposium will explore Craig Keen’s contribution to contemporary theology, and will offer scholarly engagement with his work; Keen will also present a lecture and will respond to papers. Speakers include Nate Kerr, Peter Kline, Manuel Joshua Lopez, Anita Monro, Benjamin Myers, Janice Rees, David Reinhart, Christopher Waks, Paul Walton, and Steve Wright.

Schedule: Friday 27 June, 9 am to 6 pm; and Saturday 28 June, 9 am to 12.30 pm

Venue: UTC, 16 Masons Drive, North Parramatta

Cost: $70

Registration: Register and pay online at Eventbrite by Friday 20 June.

Contact: For further details, contact


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