CATA March 2023 Newsletter
Congratulations to the following CATA members on the appearance of their new publications:
Dustin G. Burlet, Judgement and Salvation: A Rhetorical-Critical Reading of Noah’s Flood in Genesis (Pickwick).
Beth M. Stovell and David J. Fuller, The Book of the Twelve, Cascade Companions (Cascade).
E. Janet Warren, Singing into Splintered Spaces: The Rhythms of Mission and Spiritual Discipline (Cascade).
Items of Interest
Call for Papers. Didaskalia, the ATLA-indexed, peer-reviewed, interdisciplinary theological journal published by Providence Theological Seminary, would like to invite submissions for an upcoming issue on the theme “Ministry in the Prairies.” Submissions from the fields of biblical studies, theology, history, pastoral studies, or any pertinent field of discourse for engaging with the realities facing the Canadian church in the prairies are most welcome. Guidelines for potential contributors to Didaskalia can be found here: https://www.prov.ca/programs-courses/theological-seminary/didaskalia/contributors/.
Upcoming CATA Events
Sunday, May 28 – 2023 CATA Annual Meeting at the Canadian Congress of the Humanities at York University in Toronto. Keep an eye on your inboxes in the days ahead for the full conference schedule.
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