Sea of Faith in Australia

Brisbane CBD Group

 

 

 

The Brisbane CBD SoF group meets at the Brisbane Square Library, Level One Meeting Room 1.9 [Development Lounge] on the 2nd Sunday of each month, 1.00 – 2.30pm.


Contact: Rachel Matthews (07 3217 9301)

Openly exploring issues of religion and faith.

 

 


 

 

Sunday 11 May 1pm

followed at 3pm by informal discussion at the Coffee Club

The Enneagram
presented by David Burke, Australian Institute of Enneagram Studies


The Enneagram is a system of nine personality types that empowers a better understanding of ourselves. This knowledge can be traced back to the Desert Fathers of the 3rd century. The Enneagram is a framework that provides a wealth of information about human behaviour and condenses a great deal of wisdom into a compact system. The framework is relatively easy to understand and is a powerful and dynamic tool for understanding ourselves and others.

 

 

Sunday 13 April 2014 
followed by informal discussion at the Coffee Club


 “Mary Magdalene and the Gnostic Gospels(without the spam)”
presented by Joanna Kujawa


*Dr  Joanna Kujawa received her B.A and M.A in medieval philosophy and history at the Pontifical Institute for Medieval Studies and the Centre for Medieval Studies at the University of Toronto. After finishing her PhD at Monash University, she continued in indulging her passion for early medieval philosophy.  She wrote a book, Jerusalem Diary: Searching for the Tomb and House of Jesus (which  was a bestselling travel guide to Jerusalem on The Book Depository and the Amazon.com in 2013) as well as several scholarly articles (The Griffith Review, The Journal of Literature and Aesthetics, etc) and newspaper features (The Age, The Australian, The Australian Financial Review).  Her most recent contribution on the topic is a chapter in Journeys and Destinations published by Cambridge Scholars Press. For the last 12 years she has worked as a lecturer and tutor at Monash University, and RMIT and for the last three years as an editorial assistant for Continuum: Journal of Media and Cultural Studies.  She is currently finishing the final draft of her book on sexuality and spirituality, The House of the Beloved.

 

A donation of $4 towards the cost of arranging this meeting is requested

 

All welcome!

 

Enquiries:  Rachel 3217 9301

 

 

 

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