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Displaying from Friday, May 08, 2015
 May 2015
Friday 08
15:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Radicalisation, Recruitment and the Appeal of the Islamic state Movement : Role of Islam as both a constructive and destructive force More Information
The lecture focuses on the role of Islam as both a constructive and a disruptive force. It also encourages inter-faith dialogue and aspires to building an understanding of Islam and the Muslim society. The central axis of the lecture is the way in which religious thought, individual believers and (...)
Tuesday 12
16:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Soul Friendship : From the ancient Celtic way of Soul Friendship, Ray Simpson will help us find the inner resources for sustainable leadership in work, pilgrimage, poetry, healing the land and relationship with Indigenous people. More Information
This is the first of this year's Chaplain's International Lectures, where religious perspectives attempt to advance contemporary issues and is sponsored by the chaplains of the University of Western Australia. Ray Simpson is the Guardian of the International Community of Aidan and Hilda based on (...)
Friday 15
16:00 - PUBLIC LECTURE - Religious Tolerance in an age of extremes : Religious tolerance is a breeding ground for multicultural success while discrimination and ostracism leads to societal failure. More Information
We live today in what some claim to be one of the most religiously intolerant periods in history. Not only are some religious minorities believed to be fomenters of disharmony in other countries but, in our society, they are seen to mix only with their peers, wear distinctly un-Australian clothing (...)

 June 2015
Thursday 18
18:00 - PUBLIC TALK - Why is religious violence on the rise? Website | More Information
In this public lecture, Professor Graham K. Brown, Head of the School of Social Sciences at UWA, will take a critical look at the rise of religious violence around the world. In mainstream and popular academic discourse, it is often presumed that religious violence has been on the rise. Yet (...)

 July 2015
Friday 03
7:00 - STAFF EVENT - Spirit Journey : Annual desert retreat for university staff and the general public led by university chaplain Rev Dr Ian Robinson. Website | More Information
Take a journey outback to get clear air in your lungs and clarity in your soul. Four wheel drive to the southern end of the Canning Stock Route, Windich Springs. Vehicles and food provided. We will call in on several sites of Aboriginal significance. $1330 ex Perth.
Tuesday 14
18:30 - TALK - The Most Good You Can Do : A conversation with Peter Singer Website | More Information
Peter Singer's challenging new book 'The Most Good You Can Do' has the power to change the way people think about how they live. Professor Singer presents a challenging new movement called 'Effective Altruism' in the search for an ethical life.

In this special Perth event, Professor (...)
Sunday 19
8:00 - STUDENT EVENT - Student Wilderness retreat : Unwind, Connect, Gaze. The annual short retreat in the desert for UWA students. Facilitated by university chaplains Michael Wood and Ian Robinson and held at the Koora retreat near Coolgardie Website | More Information
A desert retreat is an opportuntiy during UWA semester break to slow down and get clear on what's going on in our lives. Koora Retreat is in the Boorabbin National Park between Southern Cross and Coolgardie, providing healthy food, showers, warm beds and toilets. $495 to reception at Student (...)

 August 2015
Tuesday 04
18:30 - EVENT - WXED HEALTHCARE : Is it still healthcare or is it now budget-care? The story of Christian cultural impact on public healthcare. Website | More Information
If you expect that, when you get sick, someone will (of course) help you, no matter who you are, then you have a Christian culture in your head. It is not civilised, rational, common sense or efficient. But then, let us admit that there were some terrible things done in the church's name too. Let's (...)
Tuesday 11
18:30 - EVENT - WXED ARTS : Sumptuous, stupid, sinful and soaring with transcendence, the long history of the arts and Christianity. Website | More Information
An often surprising journey through the checkered relationship and cultural impact between the arts and architecture and faith, including pioneers, principles and idiots. This is the second in a series this month, all at Trinity or in the City. See website for more details. Trinity welcomes you to (...)
Tuesday 18
18:30 - EVENT - WXED Science : In National Science Week, an e-zine style lecture on What's (W) Christianity (X) Ever (E) Done (D) for Science. That's WXED pronounced 'wicked'. Website | More Information
An often surprising journey through the actual history of science and faith, including pioneers, principles and idiots with some potential for collaboration on today's big issues. This is the third in a series this month, all at Trinity or in the City. See website for more details. Trinity welcomes (...)
Tuesday 25
18:30 - EVENT - WXED EDUCATION : If you can read this, thank a teacher, and the movement which brought schools and universities worldwide. A critical history of Christian cultural impact on education. Website | More Information
The church borrowed from every religion and culture to create what is now a system of secular schools and universities that spans most of the world. There are also four corruptions that have detracted from that record. Let's unpack the story. This is the fourth in a series this month at Trinity (...)

 September 2015
Tuesday 01
18:30 - EVENT - WXED LAW : The creative contribution of Christianity used to be the pillars of our Law and used to be 'common sense' until recently. Website | More Information
New challenges around minority rights and secularity have produced both bright and dark responses from the church. Can the practise of Christian faith still be good for the Law? Let's unpack the story. This is the final lecture in a series this past month at Trinity. Nibbles at 6.30pm

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