In Semester 2, 2019, we will be delivering an exciting short course on the history of science from a Christian perspective.
This unit aims to show how the scientific enterprise is not only compatible with Christian faith, but that Christian faith entails such enterprise. We will also learn about the Christian believers who have so often led the way in scientific advance.
Augustine has much to teach us, so do come along and see what we can learn from one of the great cloud of witnesses!
This event is free and open to everyone. You do not have to be a student and you do not need to have attended the rest of the intensive, which runs all week.
Presented by Stuart Bonnington, PhD Candidate.
Topic: “Bring in the Galilean….?” An assessment of the influence of Charles Strong (1844 - 1942) and Samuel Angus (1881 - 1943) upon the Presbyterian and wider Christian church in Australia, within the context of the ‘fundamentalist-mondernist controversy’.
All HDR students are welcome.
The Presbyterian Theological College is delighted to invite you to our 2019 Commencement and Graduation Ceremony.
Join us as we commence 2019 and celebrate the academic achievements of our students, both those who are graduating and those who will continue in their studies.
Presented by Chanreiso Lungleng, PhD Candiate.
Topic: “The Identification and the Significance of the Plant in the Object Lesson” (John 4:6-11).
Working Thesis Title: "Jonah’s Motive: Reading the Book of Jonah in the light of Exodus 32–34."
PTC is pleased invite you to our second Women's Training Conference! We loved having over 60 women join us last year to learn from God's word and train to serve in His Kingdom. This year, we're back for another day of gospel-centred fellowship and practical teaching. We hope to see you there!
In the sixteenth century, people of theological and social conviction started a series of religious reformations that changed the world.
This course is a great opportunity for Protestants to recapture their heritage and better understand the history of their tradition.
PTC is pleased to announce our intensive unit for 2018, 'Communicating for Ministry in a Distracted World.'
We will be taught by Dr Arthur Hunt III (BRE, BA, MA, PhD), professor of communications and public speaking at the University of Tennessee, Martin.
In our rapidly changing culture, we need to wrestle with the big questions about what it means to be faithful citizens of both the heavenly city and the earthly city.
Hear from Simon P Kennedy as he covers political ideas from across history, helping us understand the past and critically reflect on our own political ideas and action.
The Presbyterian Theological College is delighted to invite you to our Commencement & Graduation Ceremony.
Join us for a joyful evening of celebration as we acknowledge the academic achievements of our graduating students, and mark the beginning of the 2018 Academic Year.