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Why St Mark's

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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22 December 2020

The unveiling of Hope

St Mark's Directer reflects on the year and our cause for Hope.

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1 December 2020

Vale The Rev Canon Dr John Shelley Nurser 1929–2020

Rev. Dr Andrew Cameron Director, St Mark’s National Theological Centre John Nurser was the Warden ...

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27 August 2020

Maintaining religious freedom for religious schools: options for legal protection after the Ruddock Review

BY ALEX DEAGON Dr Alex Deagon is a Senior Lecturer ...

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19 August 2020

The Smoke of Satan on the Silver Screen: The Catholic Horror Film, Vatican II, and the Revival of Demonology

Head-spinning, ceiling-climbing, and back-bending ...

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2 June 2020

Remembering Eddie Koiki Mabo

An article by Rev'd Dr Geoff Broughton commemorating Mabo Day on Tuesday 3 June

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23 April 2020

The necessary prelude

Dr Michael Gladwin, Senior Lecturer in Church History at St Mark’s, reflects on the picture of ...

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21 April 2020

The fire of God's cruciform love

 A reflection on the cleansing fire of God's grace and love by Rev'd Dr Andrew Errington, Academic ...

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12 April 2020

God of Surprises

The most surprising thing is how surprising it is. There was plenty unsurprising about the Friday. ...

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10 April 2020

Good Friday in Bad Times

Rev'd Dr Andrew Cameron, Director of St Mark's, reflects on the cross at an unforgettable time in ...

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7 April 2020

God amidst ruined things

A reflection of our God who draws close in our time of lament by Rev'd Dr Andrew Cameron, Director ...

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1 April 2020

Reframing the lawyer's question

A reflection on Jesus and how he reframed the lawyer's question to refocus on love. By Rev'd Dr ...

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25 March 2020

On loving all of the lost and 'othered'

On loving the unlovable, remembering who first loves them. A reflection by Rev'd Dr Andrew Cameron, ...

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Current Students

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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