This issue of St Mark’s Review introduces new voices in Australian theology. The focus is on the work of emerging scholars, in the sense that all contributors are Australian theology graduates or students, most of whom have submitted theology PhDs within the last two years. Their articles are diverse in their focus and in their choice of themes, subject matter and disciplinary/interdisciplinary locations. And they deal with issues that are at once pressing and perennial. Several articles work within the fields of systematic and practical theology, while others stand at the intersections of theology and film, theology and literature, and biblical studies and social research. These articles are a testament to the richness and variety of theological work that is being done by an emerging generation of Australian theologians.