An exciting opportunity exists to become the Registrar at Pilgrim Theological College, beginning January 2015.
Read the University Gazette for the latest decisions taken by Council and Academic Board.
The University of Divinity seeks an IT Systems Officer to commence in January 2015. This is an exciting opportunity to undertake a new role in the Office of the Vice-Chancellor based in Kew, Victoria.
In collaboration with the SAGE Publishing company, the University of Divinity is pleased to announce that its journal Pacifica is now accepting manuscript submissions online through ScholarOne.
You are invited to celebrate the publication of a new book:
Children and the Church: Jesus brings the child to place in the middle, by Vivienne Mountain.
Social Justice and the Churches: Challenges and Responsibilities Edited by Dr John D’Arcy May The Vice-Chancellor, Professor Peter Sherlock, will launch this book at the Centre for Theology and Ministry on Wednesday 5 November 2014, beginning at 3.00pm. Responding to an opening address by Professor Frank Brennan, the following representatives from seven Churches examine their social traditions […]
Leading missiologist Rev Dr John Flett has been appointed as the new Co-ordinator of Studies in Missiology within the Faculty of Pilgrim Theological College.
Social Policy Connections Forum Susan Day Dirgham presents ‘Valuing Secularism in Syria’ and Fr Bruce Duncan presents ‘Peacemaking in Islamic Traditions’ Date: Thursday 6 November 7:30-9pm Venue: The Study Centre Yarra Theological Union Access: Best entry is via 34 Bedford Street Box Hill Refreshments available afterwards. An entry donation is welcome. Please use this link to […]
Leading theologian Professor John McDowell has been appointed as the new Director of Research at the University of Divinity.
After raising a family, Angela of Foligno (c. 1248–1309) committed herself to a Franciscan way of life. She later recorded her mystical experiences in an account dictated to a Franciscan brother and known as The Book of Angela of Foligno.