Matthew Seaman

BInfTech (UQ); MA (SCD); MPhil (UQ); PhD (UQ)

uq.academia.edu/MattSeaman

 (See ACWR Open Access resources page for documents)

 
 
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Books

2016.  Darkness and Deliverance: 125 years of the ‘In Darkest England’ scheme. Melbourne, VIC: Salvo Publishing (eBook); Nambour, QLD: Chaordic Creative (paperback).

Book chapters

2017.  “’To turn the world upside down’: Exploring Salvationist dimensions of (eco)holiness” in The Greening of Religion: Hope in the Eye of the Storm. J. Leader (ed.). Cherry Hill Seminary Press, Columbia: SC.
2016.  “Introduction” in Darkness and Deliverance: 125 years of the ‘In Darkest England’ scheme. M. Seaman (ed.). Melbourne, VIC: Salvo Publishing (eBook); Nambour, QLD: Chaordic Creative (paperback). pp 8-23.
2016.  “In Darkest Creation? Broadening Deliverance to the Whole Oikos” in Darkness and Deliverance: 125 years of the ‘In Darkest England’ scheme. M. Seaman (ed.). Melbourne, VIC: Salvo Publishing (eBook); Nambour, QLD: Chaordic Creative (paperback). pp 194-234.
2016.  “Grounding ‘In Darkest England’: Personal, Social and Ecological Regeneration” in Darkness and Deliverance: 125 years of the ‘In Darkest England’ scheme. M. Seaman (ed.). Melbourne, VIC: Salvo Publishing (eBook); Nambour, QLD: Chaordic Creative (paperback). pp 235-272.

Journal articles

2018 (2016). “Salvation, Hope and Apocalyptic: Emerging Ecologies” in Thought Matters (6): 63-72.
2017.  “’To turn the world upside down’: Practical Holiness in the Anthropocene” in Word and Deed (19:2).
2016.  “Salvationist Socio-ecotheological Histories” in Australasian Journal of Salvation Army History (1:2): 72-83.
2013.  “Dark Green Religion and the Wesleyan Tradition: Harmony and Dissonance” in Wesleyan Theological Journal (48:1): 135-148.
2012.  “Recapturing a Salvationist Vision for all of Earth” in Thought Matters (2): 97-107.
2011.  “Red, Yellow, Blue and Green: Eco-Theology within The Salvation Army” in Aldersgate Papers (9): 48-66.

Theses

2018.  “To turn the world upside down”: An Empirical Study of Salvationist Understandings of Holiness in the Anthropocene. PhD thesis (Practical Theology / Religion and Ecology). The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.
2013.  Red, Yellow, Blue and Green: Examining the Relationship between the Spiritual, Social and Ecological within The Salvation Army. MPhil thesis (Practical Theology). The University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia.

Book Reviews

2016.  “Kapya Kaoma. 2015. ‘Creation Care in Christian Mission’” in Australian Journal of Mission Studies (10:2): 74-75.
2011.  “Joseph Coleson (ed.). 2010. ‘Care of Creation: Christian Voices on God, Humanity, and the Environment’” in Aldersgate Papers (9): 137-140.

Other public outputs

2017.  “Lord of all Creation” in Others (3:1):12.
2016.  Seaman, M., Spiller, C., and Merrett, A. “Environmental Justice”. Salvos Information Pack. Melbourne, VIC: Salvation Army Australia Southern Territory.
2016.  “Darkness and Deliverance: 125 years of the Darkest England scheme” in Pipeline (20:8):32.
2016.  “Darkness and Deliverance” in On Fire (17:6):10-11.
2016.  “Holy Living, Sustainable Living” in Journal of Aggressive Christianity (103: June-July).
2014.  “The Earthiness of Jesus” in Pipeline (18:12):42-43.
2014.  “Digging deep to grow community” in Pipeline (18:9):32-33.
2014.  “Holiness, Health and Consumption, Part 3: What we do with” in Pipeline (18:8):30-31.
2014.  “Holiness, Health and Consumption, Part 2: What we put in” in Pipeline (18:7):30-31.
2014.  “Holiness, Health and Consumption, Part 1: What we put on” in Pipeline (18:6):28-29.
2014.  “Holy Living, Sustainable Living” in On Fire (May 31st):6-7.
2014.  “Down to Earth Salvation” in Pipeline (18:4):32-33.
2014.  “Down to the Last Drop” in Salvationist (March 21).
2014.  “Holy Living, Sustainable Living” in Pipeline (18:2):30-31.
2013.  “The Salvaging Army” in Pipeline (17:11):36-37.
2013.  “Living Water, Liveable Communities” in Pipeline (17:10):20-21.
2013.  “Nature and the Popular Imagination” in Quadrivia (Jan): 7.
2012.  “Theology and Tornados” in Quadrivia (May): 3.

Conference presentations

2018.  "(Re)discovering Watershed Discipleship" at The Salvation Army Tri-Territorial Theological Forum ‘Thought Matters’ Conference, Nambour.
2016.  “Salvation, Hope and Apocalyptic: Emerging Ecologies” at The Salvation Army Tri-Territorial Theological Forum ‘Thought Matters’ Conference, Catherine Booth College, Melbourne.
2016.  “Wholeness, Holiness and Heliopsis: Worship in the Anthropocene” at the Australasian Centre for Wesleyan Research Conference, Nazarene Theological College, Brisbane.
2016.  “Salvationist socio-ecotheological histories” at the Salvation Army Heritage Symposium, Maroochydore.
2016.  “‘To turn the world upside down’: Exploring Salvationist dimensions of (eco)holiness:” by video recording at the ‘Greening of Religion: Hope in the Eye of the Storm’ Conference, Cherry Hill Seminary and University of South Carolina, Columbia, South Carolina.
2016.  “Holiness in the Anthropocene: Greening the Holiness Movement”, International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture Conference, University of Florida, Gainesville, Florida.
2015.  Panelist at the “World Religions Symposium”, School of Historical and Philosophical Inquiry, UQ.
2015.  “Laudato Si: Towards practical (eco)holiness” at the ‘Praised Be! Perspectives on the Papal Encyclical’ symposium, Nudgee.
2014.  “’To turn the world upside down’: Reconsidering Holiness and Radical Action in the Anthropocene” at the American Academy of Religion Conference, San Diego, California.
2014.  “Exploring Salvationist Missional Perspectives on Wholeness, Holiness and Ecology” at the Australian Association for Mission Studies Conference, Tabor College, Adelaide.
2014.  “Green space, brown space and the built environment: missional variation, ecotheological convergence” at the Australasian Centre for Wesleyan Research Conference, Uniting Church Centre for Theology and Ministry, Melbourne.
2012.  “Space, Place and Grace: The Salvation Army, New Media and the ‘Open Air’” at the International Society for the Study of Religion, Nature and Culture Conference, Pepperdine University, Malibu, California.
2012.  “Dark Green Religion and the Wesleyan Tradition: Harmony and Dissonance” at the Wesleyan Theological Society Conference, Trevecca Nazarene University, Nashville, Tennessee.
2012.  “Salvationism, Ecology and Inequality: Implicit and Explicit Salvationist Visions of Social and Eco Justice” at the Australian Sociological Association Conference, University of Queensland.
2011.  “Red, Yellow, Blue and Green: Eco-mission within The Salvation Army” at the Australian Association for Mission Studies Conference, Sydney.
2011.  “Red, Yellow, Blue and Green: Eco-Theology within The Salvation Army” at the Australasian Centre for Wesleyan Research Conference, Nazarene Theological College, Brisbane.
2011.  “Red, Yellow, Blue and Green: Eco-Justice within The Salvation Army” Australian Association for the Study of Religions Conference, Southern Cross University, Tweed Heads.
2009.  Plenary Address: “Jesus the Man: Humanity and Subversion” presented at the One Life Conference, Pine Rivers Salvation Army.
2008.  Seminar: “God is Green” facilitated at ‘Impact’ Salvation Army Youth Conference, Brisbane.