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31 August 2020
Reflecting Theologically on COVID-19
Practical theologians are well-placed to respond to the current global pandemic involving the COVID-19 virus. Everything is changing and we know we haven’t been here before in responding locally and globally to such a threat to life. Theological reflection on our experience is vital and potentially life-giving in such a time. It seems only reasonable, therefore to dedicate an issue of the international journal Practical Theology before the end of 2020 to the current crisis. We are looking for original research, theological reflections and autoethnographies on any aspect of the crisis as well as poetry, art and even music. Here are just some of the areas authors may like to contribute in;
- suffering & trauma
- mass death
- healthcare practices
- working and worshipping solely online
- the move to online teaching and learning in theology
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The deadline for proposals sent directly to the editor of up to 500 words will be 31st May 2020. Authors will be informed within a week of that date whether their proposal is required for submission to peer review. Submission is no guarantee of eventual publication. The issue will be published before the end of 2020.
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