SCD Conference: ‘Wellbeing, Personal Wholeness, and the Social Fabric'

On Monday 28 September 2015, Professor James Harrison (Director of Research, Sydney College of Divinity) convened the academic conference ‘Wellbeing, Personal Wholeness, and the Social Fabric: An Interdisciplinary Approach’ at the SCD Headquarters (Macquarie Park NSW).

Guest Lecturer, Prof. David Bradshaw

From 21-24 September 2015, St Andrew’s was proud to host for the second time the internationally renowned scholar Professor David Bradshaw (Department of Philosophy, University of Kentucky, USA) and his wife, Mrs Mary Bradshaw (both of whom are Orthodox Christians).

Professor David Bradshaw at St Andrew's!

On Monday 21 September 2015, His Eminence Archbishop Stylianos (College Dean) welcomed Professor David Bradshaw (Department of Philosophy, University of Kentucky, USA) and his wife Mrs Mary Bradshaw to St Andrew's. Here they are pictured together with His Grace Bishop Iakovos of Militoupolis (College graduate).

Adult Faith Education Open Learning

On Saturday 19 September 2015, St Andrew’s delivered a series of catechetical lectures on the topic “Baptism: Being Clothed with Christ” at the Greek Orthodox Parish of St Paraskevi, Taigum (QLD), as part of its Adult Faith Education Open Learning (offered to the public for the third year in a row). Three lectures were delivered to an appreciative audience of around eighty people by Rev.

Public Lecture by Dr Philip Kariatlis

On Sunday 13 September 2015, Dr Philip Kariatlis (Academic Director, Senior Lecturer in Systematic Theology) delivered a talk entitled 'The Message of the Cross: Its Relevance for Our Everyday Lives' at the Greek Orthodox Parish of St Stylianos (Gymea NSW) as part of its annual lectures on the topic: '

Christianity and the Arts

At the initiative of the Very Revd Archimandrite Sophronios Konidaris, Christianity and the Arts will be returning to the Greek Orthodox Parish of the Resurrection of Christ, Kogarah, from 9 November, 2015 at 7:30 pm in the hall next to the Church. Contributors include faculty members and friends of St Andrew's Theological College.

Inaugural Theology Symposium: Program

St Andrew’s is delighted to announce that the program for its Inaugural Theology Symposium, to be held within the premises of the College on the 9th and 10th of October, is now available here.

The Symposium's abstracts, registration form and flyer are also available via its main page.

Guest Lecturer, Professor Garry Trompf FAHA

On Tuesday 18 August 2015, the College was once again privileged to host Emeritus Professor Garry W. Trompf, FAHA (Studies in Religion, The University of Sydney) as a guest speaker for the course unit Byzantine Studies (H8530A). Prof. Trompf lectured on the transformation of Roman Law in Christian Byzantium.

Patristic Symposium 2016

We are delighted to announce that our next Patristic Symposium will be held on Friday and Saturday, 23 and 24 September 2016. 

The 2016 Patristic Symposium will focus on the personality and contributions of Saint John Chrysostom. Professor Pauline Allen and Dr Wendy Mayer, from the Centre for Early Christian Studies with the Australian Catholic University (Brisbane QLD), will offer keynotes.

New Faculty Publication: Alexandrian Legacy

St Andrew's is delighted to announce that Alexandrian Legacy: A Critical Appraisal will be released by Cambridge Scholars Publishing on Tuesday 1 September 2015!