CASE News 17th August 2010

August 17, 2010

  1. CASE Seminar ‘Music and Theology’

The latest issue of Case magazine has the theme ‘Music & Theology’. Christians in every age and from (almost) all traditions have used music in their gatherings and in devotional life. But what is the significance of music for Christians? Why is it such an important part of Christian life? Case 23 invites readers to consider the thoughts of 5 writers – Steven Guthrie, Andrew Judd, Jeremy Begbie, Peter Dart and Rob Smith.

Our quarterly CASE seminar will focus on Case #23 and its ideas. Dr Peter Dart will discuss his piece and the Director of CASE Trevor Cairney will lead a discussion of the other contributions. Why don’t you join us?

When? NEXT Monday 23rd August 2010 6.30 pm – 8.00pm (drinks from 6.15pm)

Where? NCV Main Common Room, NEW COLLEGE VILLAGE, Corner of Anzac Pde and Day Ave, Kensington (Entry via Day Avenue).

RSVP? Please express your interest in coming by contacting Ms Katarina Spurling by email case@newcollege.unsw.edu.au or phone (02) 9381 1999.


  1. New College Lectures – Music, Modernity & God

Prof Jeremy Begbie will be our lecturer this year at the New College Lectures – don’t miss these if you are interested in music and theology! Full details are available from the New College Website HERE.


  1. In our CASE blog we seek to engage with issues and ideas that are relevant to contemporary life. The last few weeks have had a focus on the elections (no surprise there!). We welcome your comments and feedback. Some of our recent blog posts are:

Thanks for supporting CASE.

Trevor Cairney

Director, Centre for Apologetic Scholarship and Education (CASE)

New College, University of NSW, 2052.

Ph: +61 2 9381 1999 F: +61 2 9381 1909.

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