The Tool Shed

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Below are some of key resources that assisted me during pioneering work undertaken as Chaplain at Flinders University in Adelaide, South Australia.

I established and worked within a multifaith team at Oasis, an interfaith centre of hospitality.

(Note: Papers I have presented, applying principles within these resources, are found at My Papers

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NAIDOC Speech 2014 (PDF 83 KB)
Roland Wilson BSc, Grad Dip. Education, Associate Lecturer/Academic Advisor, Yunggorendi First Nation Centre for Higher Education and Research, Flinders University

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YouTube Video: Miroslav Volf: Living with Difference (May 2012)

Related Resource Documents

Religious Diversity and Interfaith Relations in a Global Age. (PDF 59 KB)
S. Wesley Ariarajah, Professor of Theology, at Drew University, School of Theology, former Director of Inter-religions Relations at the World Council of Churches (WCC).

A Theological Reflection on Religious Pluralism (PDF 129 KB)
Kosuke Koyama, Professor Emeritus of Ecumenical Studies, Union Theological Seminary, New York City.

What is Pluralism; From Diversity to Pluralism (PDF 79 KB)
Diana L. Eck, Professor of Comparative Religion and Indian Studies, Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and Director, The Pluralism Project at Harvard University.

The Category “Christian” in the Mission Task
Paul G. Hiebert, Professor of Missions and Anthropology at the School of World Mission, Fuller Theological Seminary, Pasadena, California, USA. (PDF 98 KB)

Exclusion and Embrace (Extract)
Miroslav Volf, Director of the Yale Center for Faith and Culture, Yale Divinity School, Yale University, USA

A Christian Understanding of Islam (PDF 55 KB)
Rev Dr Keith Rowe, Peace and Harmony Interfaith Conference, Auburn, Sydney, Australia 8-10 June 2007.

Keith Rowe is author of “Living with the Neighbour Who is Different” which was received by the Ninth National Assembly of the Uniting Church in July 2000.

Borgman Notes (PDF 83 KB)
Eric BorgmanThe Art of Chaplaincy in a Secular and Pluralistic Context. 
Conference of European University Chaplains (CEUC), Woudschoten, The Netherlands, 7 June 2007

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YouTube Video: Guy Sebastian Get Along (Lyric Video – Unofficial) November, 2012

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YouTube Video: Christmas Day in Cairo, January 2013

Hope and Despair – Brueggemann (PDF 130 KB)
Walter Brueggemann,
 Professor Emeritus of Old Testament at Columbia Theological Seminary, Decatur, Georgia, USA.

Hospitality_Nouwen_MakingSpace (PDF 27 KB)
Henri Nouwen proposes that hospitality is the creation of a free space.
From his book ‘Reaching Out’ p.68

2 thoughts on “The Tool Shed

  1. Hi Geoff, just read your book and really enjoyed it. It resonates with much of the work we are seeking to do here in the UK and especially in children's and young people’s healthcare. We are launching the first multi disciplinary children’s chaplaincy module in the UK next year and will add your book to our reading list.

    Peace,

    Paul Nash

    Birmingham Children's Hospital, UK

    Midlands Centre for Youth Ministry

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