Thursday, 12 June, 2014

Bangalore Theological Forum

The latest issue (Vol. XLV, No. 2, December 2013) of the Bangalore Theological Forum (BTF) is out and has been sent to all subscribers. It is also available in the Public Relations Office of the UTC. Dr. Joseph George is the editor.

The latest issue has the following articles
Jubilee and Liberation: A North-East India Tribal Perspective- Atula Ao (Tsudir).

The Contributions of Sigmund Mowinckel on the Study of the Book of Psalms- Lalawmpuia Hauhnar.

Sexuality and Spirituality: A Hermeneutical Exploration into the Song of Songs- Wungtei Buchem Phom.

Mission as the Church with Neighbours: Reading Paul's Jerusalem Collection with Ben Sira- Dexter S. Maben.

The Ambivalent Pilate: Reverse Mimicry in Mathew's Gospel- Raj Nadella.

Religion-State Interface: The Idea of India in a Post Secular Age- R. Sahayadhas.

Essay on Barth and Thatamanil: Two theologians against Religion- Martha Moore-Keish.

Citius, Altius, Fortius: Deciphering Ethical Contours in Human Cognitive Enhancement- Allan Samuel Palanna.

Reconfiguring 'Christian Unity': Towards an Ecumenism of Manyness- Y.T. Vinayaraj.

The Emergence of a Mission Theology in 21 st Century- Mary Shruti Joseph, SND.

HIV-AIDS as a Modern Crisis Experience: Challenges for Pastoral Care and Counselling- Joseph George.

The Voice of Jana Gana Mana: Indian Christian Theology-Re-evaluated- J.G. Muthuraj.

Wednesday, 4 June, 2014

UTC Alumni office bearers

Rev. T. Stephen Selvinraj, President of the UTC Alumni

Rev. Vinod Victor, Vice President

                                                           Rev. Shanthi, Secretary

Mr. David Solomon Raju Pallikonda, Secretary
                                                          Rev Giftson Paulraj, Member

Ms. Elsie Bhagya Kumari, Member