This free seminar, with guest speaker Professor John Swinton, will encourage researchers and practitioners in Spiritual Cate to value their existing skills and practice.
This is an exciting opportunity to undertake a key leadership role in theological education based in Parkville, Victoria.
You are invited to a book launch of Creating a Welcoming Space: Reflections on Church and Mission Essays to honour Larry Nemer, SVD Edited by Ross Fishburn, Michael Kelly, Christopher Monaghan and Peter Price When: Friday 19 September, 6:00 pm for 6:30 pm Where: Yarra Theological Union Study Centre, 98 Albion Road, Box Hill Authors include: Robert Schreiter, […]
The 2015-2017 University Calendar is now available for viewing. The University Calendar includes Academic, University Holidays, and Meetings Calendars.
Twelve writers offer fresh views of Mannix’s religious and political activities.
The latest University Gazette, issued 29 August 2014, is now available.
This book focuses on divine righteousness, the basis for all other notions of righteousness, as it is outlined in the the foundational teaching or revelation of the Hebrew Bible/Old Testament—the Torah or Pentateuch.
Dr Mulligan’s approach to the common good engages with David Hollenback’s emphasis on the building of human relationships in the context of the common good.
Trinity College Theological School are proud to present the 44th Annual Barry Marshall Lecture, with guest speaker the Most Reverend Jeffrey Driver, Archbishop of Adelaide.
In the present-day multicultural context, religious pluralism continues to be a contentious issue. In this seminar Dr. Suritharajah will focus on two eminent thinkers whose perspectives on religious pluralism have attracted much attention: Mohandas K. Gandhi, and John Hick.