David Bunce scribblings on pastoral and academic theology

Paper Theology Live 2019: The theological virtue of patience in church life

On 10th January 2019, I was pleased to be able to give a paper at the Theology Live conference in Bloomsbury Baptist Church 2019. My paper focused on the theological virtue of patience in church life and drew on experiences from the Austrian Baptist Union.

The conference is a showcase for Baptists involved in postgraduate level research to share what they are learning, and was an excellent day with some fascinating papers. You can listen to the full line-up of papers on the Bloomsbury website

Particular highlights from me are Dan Pratt’s paper on contextual trauma theologies and Beth Allison-Glenny’s fun and stimulating paper looking at Judith Butler and baptism.

About David Bunce

I am a British pastor living and working in Austria. I I am on the pastoral team of a church in the centre of Vienna and lead Austria Baptist Aid's Youth and Children work (KJW). I am also an MRes student at the University of Wales Trinity St David researching Karl Barth's early theology. More about me