Book Launch and Research Celebration

 

Carey proudly celebrated the recent publication of three important books produced by Carey’s Academic Staff at a Book Launch and Research Celebration night.

 

The three books cover very different subjects; robust academic argument, practical ministry issues and theology and disability:

 

Sarah Harris, The Davidic Shepherd King in the Lukan Narrative. Library of New Testament Studies 558. London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2016.

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Andrew Picard & Myk Habets (eds), Theology and the Experience of Disability. Interdisciplinary Perspectives from Voices Down Under. London: Routledge Ashgate, 2016.Disability_cover

 

Phil Halstead & Myk Habets (eds), Doing Integrative Theology : Word, World and Work in Conversation

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These are the uncompromisingly intellectual work conducted by the faculty of Carey and we celebrate this gift of scholarship and offer it to the church for its edification” said Myk Habets, Director (Research) and Head of Carey’s Graduate School.

 

Advancing scholarship and research in the field of integrative theology is one of the goals of the Carey Graduate School. With 25 students engaged in graduate and post-graduate research, 18 theses being researched and written this year and 5 PhD students supervised Carey Graduate School is the place to be for advanced academic study of theology which makes a difference in today’s world.

 

Carey faculty do what they do for the love of God and his creatures. As experts in their fields, they each seek to exegete Scripture, understand history, think theologically and critically reflect upon Christian ministry in ways which will contribute to the flourishing of Christ’s church.

 

If you would like to purchase a copy of these books please see details below:

Sarah Harris, The Davidic Shepherd King in the Lukan Narrative. Library of New Testament Studies 558. London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2016.

Copies can be purchased the Bloomsbury site

 

Andrew Picard & Myk Habets (eds), Theology and the Experience of Disability. Interdisciplinary Perspectives from Voices Down Under. London: Routledge Ashgate, 2016.

Copies can be purchased through the Routledge website

 

Phil Halstead & Myk Habets (eds), Doing Integrative Theology : Word, World and Work in Conversation

Available for US$25.00 at amazon.com

 

Other Books written by Carey Faculty include:

Myk Habets (ed), Kiwimade Narrative Sermons: The Drama is the Doctrine

Available for US$22.50 at amazon.com

Tim Meadowcroft & Myk Habets, Gospel, Truth, & Interpretation: Evangelical Identity in Aotearoa New Zealand

Available for US$33.00 at amazon.com

Myk Habets (ed), Ecumenical Perspectives on the Filioque for the Twenty-first Century. London: Bloomsbury T&T Clark, 2014.

Paperback copies can be purchased at bloomsbury.com