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  • Priscilla & Aquila Centre seminar to look at the Bible's attitude to rape

    The first Priscilla & Aquila Centre evening seminar for 2014 is being held on June 4 when Moore College Lecturer George Athas is speaking on the subject of the Bible's attitude to rape looking at the Old Testament. 

    There are certain passages in the Old Testament that many of us are confused about when we read them because they seemingly portray women in a negative light. We might avoid these passages in our … more

  • Moore College comes to the Sydney CBD this Wednesday

    We understand that not everyone has the time to come to Newtown to visit us. For the first time, we are holding an Open Event in the City this Wednesday morning from 10 am for you to drop in at morning tea time to meet the faculty and learn more about the College. Come and join us for morning tea and have all your questions answered! 

    This is an informal opportunity to chat about your ministry goals and get guidance from our faculty. Our Vice Principal Bill Salier (pictured) and two of our faculty members Jane Tooher (Lecturer … more

  • Moore Theological College pays tribute to Mrs Ailsa Knox (1924 – 2014)

    Moore College is mourning the passing of Mrs Ailsa Knox, aged 90, who died late this afternoon, Wednesday 14 May. Mrs Knox was the widow of Dr Broughton Knox (Moore College Principal 1959–1985) and was his strong partner during his ministry until his untimely death in 1994. 

    Mrs Knox first met Broughton in an Inter Varsity Fellowship meeting at Sydney University in 1947, they married in 1950. The Knox’s had six children: Margery, Deborah, Jonathan, Stephanie, David … more

  • Moore Ministry Space

    Moore College seeks to honour Christ by helping prepare men and women to serve the Christian churches and the wider community by bringing the biblical gospel to bear on every aspect of life. While information can be learned in a variety of ways, ministry is not learned in the abstract but as it is put into practice in the context of real, loving personal relationships.

    We are keen to provide every opportunity for our students to serve each other as they learn and live together on the College campus. Our students need places where they can talk together, ask … more

  • Moore faculty explore problem based learning at development day

    The faculty was delighted to be led in their latest development seminar by cross-cultural chaplain Nancy Fung. Nancy has completed a PhD on the topic of 'problem based' learning, looking at cross cultural differences in its application as well as its applicability to theological education. The seminar focussed on the latter. 

    Nancy helped the faculty to think though the nature of problem based learning, its benefits, how to go about developing a problem based learning approach and finally, its applicability to theological … more

  • Moore College in focus with the Archbishop of Sydney

    The Archbishop of Sydney Dr Glenn Davies has given a wide ranging interview produced into a series of videos on his views and perspectives on Moore College, his experience of the College personally, its unique role in the diocese and his thinking on its present and the future. All three videos have been released to share the Archbishop’s views on the College and its work. 

    In the “Moore College in focus with the Archbishop of Sydney” video series the Archbishop tells us his about his long-standing connection with the College, how he has been impacted by his … more