Australian Army Chaplaincy Journal

The Australian Army Chaplaincy Journal is the official publication of Australian Army Chaplaincy in which academic, research, and other items relevant to the profession of Military Chaplaincy within an Australian context is captured and shared within Army, the Australian Defence Force, and the wider community. It is published twice yearly, with the Winter edition focussing on spiritual and pastoral reflections on chaplaincy, and the Summer edition being more theological and academically oriented.

The Australian Army Chaplaincy Journal, winter edition 2014

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Editorial
Chaplain David Grulke & Chaplain Don Parker

Christianity and the Profession of Arms
Colonel Craig Bickell, CSM

Serving Faithfully
Second Lieutenant Tim Fischer, AC (RL)

Deployed Chaplains as Force Multipliers Through Religious Engagement
Chaplain John Saunders

God and the Cost of Freedom
Chaplain Stephen Brooks

Rabbi Gittelsohn’s Iwo Jima Sermon
Sheldon M Young

The Cloister and the Barracks: Dietrich Bonhoeffer and the Formation of Christian Community
Benjamin Myers

Living in the Shadow: A Theological Discussion on the Place, Purpose, and Meaning of Australian Defence Force Chaplaincy
Rev Dr David Grulke


 

The Australian Army Chaplaincy Journal, summer edition 2013

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Editorial
Principal Chaplain Geoffrey Webb, Director General Chaplaincy–Army

100 Years
Rev Jim Cosgrove, Senior Chaplain, 17th Brigade

The Current and Future Challenges of Australian Army Chaplaincy
Chaplain David, Senior Chaplain, Special Operations Command

Looking Backward: Australia in Retrospect, Part 1 of 3
Rev Prof Allan Harman AM (BA, BD, MLitt, ThM, ThD)

Looking at Australia Today: A Glimpse at Our Society, Part 2 of 3
Rev Prof Allan Harman AM (BA, BD, MLitt, ThM, ThD)

Looking to the Future: Pluralism — The Challenge Ahead, Part 3 of 3
Rev Prof Allan Harman AM (BA, BD, MLitt, ThM, ThD)

‘Captains of the Soul’: The Historical Context of Australian Army Chaplaincy, 1913–2013
Dr Michael Gladwin (BA DipEd, MA (Hons), PhD)

The Search for Identity and Meaning in Army Chaplaincy: A Theological Journey of Australian Army Chaplaincy 1913–2013
Rev Dr David Grulke, Senior Chaplain, Royal Military College–Australia (BTh, Grad Dip Min, Grad Dip FET, MA, MEd, PhD)

Looking Forward by Understanding Backward: A Historical Context for Australian Army Chaplaincy’s Future Challenges
Dr Michael Gladwin (BA DipEd, MA (Hons), PhD)

The Search for Identity and Meaning in Army Chaplaincy: The Theological Future of Australian Army chaplaincy – 2013 and Beyond
Rev Dr David Grulke, Senior Chaplain, Royal Military College–Australia (BTh, Grad Dip Min, Grad Dip FET, MA, MEd, PhD)

The Past, Present and Future — Conversations on the Tensions, Theology and Professionalisation of Chaplaincy
Rev Darren Jaensch, Staff Chaplain, Army Headquarters

Last updated
20 December 2016