Pilgrim Theological College
Transition – any number of us may be rather pleased if we never hear that word again.
IT is the week after the 2017 Synod. Once again we were reminded in a number of reports and speeches from the floor that the Church is on a journey. We are a pilgrim people, ‘always on the way’.
Review by SEAN WINTER
Book | Biblical Literalism: A Gentile Heresy | John Shelby Spong
In this typically lively and provocative book, John Selby (Jack) Spong has come out of writing retirement to consider the origins of
Professor Amos Yong will be the headline speaker of the ‘Disability, Theology and the Church’ forum being held in August.
A good friend of mine died recently. We hadn’t seen each other for more than five years.
A desire to give candidates for ordained ministry the opportunity to experience life outside of the bubble of metropolitan Melbourne has led to rural ministry placements becoming part of students’ formation experience.
Candidates at Pilgrim Theological College and faculty staff spent five days in Tasmania last month experiencing ministry and the life of the Church in the island state.
Is there any theology that does not have a context? Is there any theology which can avoid a hermeneutic of suspicion? Clearly, the answer to both these questions is ‘no’.
Review by Bob Faser
BOOK | DISTURBING MUCH, DISTURBING MANY: THEOLOGY PROVOKED BY THE BASIS OF UNION | GEOFF THOMPSON
Since 1977, there have been numerous studies of the Basis of Union of the Uniting Church in Australia.
By Katharine Massam
The 1656 painting Praying Always by the Dutch painter Nicholas Maes is an icon of the Reformation.
Pilgrim Theological College celebrated a new milestone on 30 October with its inaugural valedictory service.
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