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Seeking Holy Wisdom

As followers of Jesus we can get by without the answers to life’s questions, and flourish in a world—and a church—where answers seem rare, and certainty even more so. But we cannot get far without holy Wisdom. Continue reading

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Study Leave — Week Four

It is hard to believe, but already I have been in Israel four weeks. That time has certainly gone by very quickly. I guess one of the indicators that this has indeed been the case is my growing familiarity with … Continue reading

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The Once and Future Scriptures

The Once and Future Scriptures: Exploring the Role of the Bible in the Contemporary Church. Edited by Gregory C. Jenks | Foreword by Archbishop Phillip Aspinall Polebridge Press/Mosaic Publications, February 2013 | ISBN 978-159815-120-6 Contributors: Peter Catt, Susan Crothers-Robertson, Marian Free, Gregory … Continue reading

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A faith worth sharing

During the past week some friends on Facebook were discussing the advertisements that St Francis Theological College in Brisbane has been running on a local radio station. I guess that means the advertisements worked, although I am yet to see … Continue reading

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Trends in Theological Education at SFC 1975-2010

Trends in Theological Education at SFC 1975-2010

“Trends in Theological Education at St Francis Theological College, Brisbane (1975–2010): A Participant-Observer report.” in From Augustine to Anglicanism: The Anglican Church in Australia and Beyond, edited by Marcus Harmes, Lindsay Henderson and Gillian Colclough, 133–145. (Toowoomba, Qld: Augustine to Anglicanism Conference/Anglicans in Australia and Beyond, 2010).

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