Learning is necessary to acquire knowledge and discover new ways of engagement. Continuous learning is your self-motivated persistence in gaining competencies in order to grow your knowledge and develop future opportunities. It forms part of your personal and professional development.

In line with the SCD Learning and Teaching Plan, we want to see the Sydney College of Divnity faculty further develop their teaching skills/resources so that learning continues to flourish and produce excellence in learning and teaching theology.



Theological Education: following a bird in flight
Peter Bolt / SCD News, Korean School of Theology

The focus of theological education is a person, for you are studying the living God. Because of this focus on the living God, the 20th century Swiss theologian, Karl Barth, pictured theology as like trying to follow a bird in flight with your eye. The living God is always on the move.

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