All the news from the Sydney College of Divinity
26 March, 2020
Dr Fringer shares how video conferencing cannot just be an add-on to how we regularly run face-to-face classes but we must be intentional in how we position the space and interact with students to ensure greater participation and inclusion.
17 March, 2020
St Andrew’s Greek Orthodox Theological College student Anna Vagias received the prize for an essay submitted as part of her GradDipArts, entitled: ‘An Exegetical Essay on Luke 4:16–30’.
13 February, 2020
The book, arising from the papers delivered at the 2016 Sydney College of Divinity Annual Conference, explores in an ecumenical context the legacy of Romans from a variety of perspectives (ecumenical, historical, exegetical, social, and philosophical).
29 January, 2020
The Department of Health is working across agencies and with states and territories to implement measures to manage the risk of novel coronavirus and have provided factsheets for higher education students, staff and facilities.
14 January, 2020
Prof Ormerod joins leading theologians and ethicists from around the world in a workshop to engage in advancing theological thought, reflection and leadership in response to the sexual abuse crisis, with a view to supporting the global Church in its response.
5 November, 2019
Dr Gore-Jones, Lecturer in Biblical Studies at SAGOTC was awarded the 2019 CRINT Essay Prize in Early Jewish and Christian Studies for her paper Torah as Wisdom in Late Second Temple Judaism by Example of 4 Ezra and 2 Baruch.
30 October, 2019
The Workshop assists participants to become more intentional about their research activities, to focus more on the quality of their work, not just the quantity.
20 August, 2019
Prof Harrison went to the 74th General Meeting of SNTS at Marburg, Germany. There he co-hosted and presented a paper that will appear as a chapter in a 2020 book.
14 August, 2019
Pam’s essay Attitude and Action: Holiness of Heart and Hands in Luke 10 wins her the 2019 CGAR Essay Prize.
12 June, 2019
Good Shepherd College – Te Hepara Pai has been ranked third in the “research intensity” category after Lincoln University and Otago University by the Tertiary Education Commission, NZ.
8 April, 2019
Dr Louise Gosbell presented Making Sense of Sensory Language in the Gospel of John at the 2019 SCD Annual Lecture.
18 January, 2019
What did Cyprian think of the authority of the Popes? How did John Chrysostom understand sin in action, thought and intention? Find out in volumes 11 and 15 of the Early Christian Studies Series.