New Christian Research Roundtable will bring together researchers from around Aotearoa

August 15, 2022
Christian Research in Aotearoa Roundtable flyer

BTI educators Peter Maslin and Lindsay Fish are leading work on hosting a roundtable, ‘He whakaaro noa iho’, on Christian research in Aotearoa, at BTI on 7 October. With a focus on having conversations and celebrating research success, the roundtable will be held in person at BTI with the option to attend online as well.

Peter and Lindsay say, “In He whakaaro noa iho/Christian Research in Aotearoa Roundtable 2022, we invite participants to engage with the question: What is distinctively ‘Christian’ about Christian research in Aotearoa New Zealand? We really look forward to being part of the discussion and learning from each other. ”

Register to attend either online or in person.

Programme for the day:

8:30am: Mihi Whakatau

9:00am: Discussion Catalyst: Each participant/organisation will have the opportunity to present a response to the Discussion Catalyst

10:30am: Morning tea break

11:am: Special Interest Discussion: Participants will join special interest discussion groups.

12:30pm: Lunch break

1:30pm: Plenary participants Feedback from Special Interest Group discussion and ‘where to’?

3:30pm: Poroporoaki

BTI event page

Download or view a flyer with the discussion catalyst and more details on the Roundtable

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