• We're coming to Batemans Bay!

    Join us for a day of FREE theology and ministry-training seminars.
    Saturday 12 October.

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  • Christian Beliefs in a Nutshell

    A short overview of the fundamentals of the Christian faith.
    Every Wednesday evening in October.

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  • Short Course on Child Protection

    The next step of your Safe Church training. 22 & 23 November.

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  • St Mark's Open Day

    Join us at our annual Open Day, where you can interact with staff and learn more about studying with St Mark’s!

    9:00am to lunch Saturday 9 November
  • We're coming to Young, NSW!

    Join us for a day of FREE theology and ministry-training seminars.
    Saturday 5 October.

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St Mark’s is an inclusive scholarly Christian theological community

We provide high-quality theological education, offering vocational education and training right through to undergraduate, postgraduate studies and research in theology and ministry-related studies.

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Studying Theology

Theology is the study of God. It is faith seeking understanding.

Theology is our understanding of who God is and what He has done for us. This directly translates into who we are and how we engage with the world as a community and as an individual.

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16 May 2019

Two modest proposal towards doing politics differently

Doug Hynd is an Adjunct Fellow of the Australian Centre for Christianity & Culture. This article ...

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13 February 2019

Ockert Meyer on Civility and the protection of Freedom

St Mark's lecturer Rev'd Dr Ockert Meyer gave the message at the Parliamentary Service on Tuesday 12 ...

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19 December 2018

Where is Christmas?

"Everything we do at St Mark’s is ultimately about Christmas." A year-end message from Deputy ...

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8 August 2018

Ethics of the Old Testament

So I was teaching a class in ethics the other day … stay with me! Ethics sounds boring or scary, ...

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23 January 2018

Looking back, looking forward

However, I must begin with a confession. Although I meant to write you a Christmas greeting in 2017, ...

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5 December 2017

Dr Jeanette Mathews at the recent SBL Annual Meeting

This Annual Meeting is one of the largest events of the year in the fields of biblical scholarship, ...

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30 November 2017

Like Lightning? Revisiting Luke 17:22–37 in Light of Recent Reinterpretations.

BY DR DAVID NEVILLE At the 2017 annual Society of Biblical Literature meeting in Boston, I presented ...

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6 September 2017

Acts 24:10-27 — The different ways to peace

Luke has written with a kind of a slant on how life goes on, with all the usual swirl of human ...

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23 August 2017

Acts 19:1-20 — Spiritually contested space

Paul finds in the Greek city of Ephesus a spiritual contested space. It’s a spiritual ...

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16 August 2017

Acts 16:25-40 — Politics, evangelism, redemption

How this passage has a great moment for political theology, for the logic of evangelism, and for God ...

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2 August 2017

John 9:1-17 — On blindness and the ability to truly see

For the first time in the Gospel, here Jesus himself doesn’t appear in the foreground. The events ...

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26 July 2017

John 7:14-31 — On tolerance and discernment

We all know by now that tolerance, and a deep acceptance of diversity, are the only ways we have to ...

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Here at St Mark’s, you’ll find a wonderful theological library, dedicated and helpful faculty and staff, a vibrant theological community, and ongoing events, news, and articles to enrich your student experience with us.

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The support of our Friends and Alumni helps St Mark’s deliver high-quality education in theology, pastoral care, counselling, and ministry formation.

St Mark’s also produces an active program of public lectures and publications to address critical issues confronting the Christian community and the life of our society.

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