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.
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.
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.
PTC is pleased invite you to our inaugural Women's Training Conference. We are passionate about educating and training women for service in the kingdom of God, and pray that this conference will become an annual opportunity for fellowship, learning and spiritual growth.
We're pleased to share that Thinking of God is having their first Victorian meeting next month!
Our very own PhD student Ben Nelson will be presenting, alongside many other wonderful speakers including Kamal Weerakoon (TOG) and Darren Middleton (North Geelong Presbyterian).
TORQUE is a one-day mission training event, suitable for pastors, youth leaders, Sunday school teachers, church volunteers, and anyone else who would like to learn!
PTC will be there, and we can't wait to meet you all and have a chat! Come along to say hello, and find out how the PTC can help equip you for ministry.
PTC are thrilled to host Dr Michael Emlet from the Christian Counseling and Education Foundation (CCEF) to present our annual MA(Th) Intensive.
Join us for six evening lectures with Dr Murray Adamthwaite, who will be exploring the validity of the Old Testament through comparison to other ancient near eastern texts.
Join us for our Thursday chapel service, where Professor Andy McIntosh is joining us from the UK to speak about creation and humanity.
Andy will also be holding an afternoon session about evolution and the Flood, including time for Q&A.
All welcome, no RSVP required.