The University of Divinity research community recently gathered online for the annual Research Conference. During the conference, we celebrated publications written by our academics, honorary researchers and HDR...
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Enrol Now for Semester 2
Why study with us? Our students experience a unique approach to critical engagement with Christian theological traditions through an ecumenical lens. Discover the exciting opportunities for study available at each of...
Christian Leadership in a Culturally and Linguistically Diverse Context
Explore what a multicultural vision of the Kingdom of God might look like and consider what it means for the church in Australia to work towards this mission at Whitley College.
Introduction to Biblical Languages
Encounter the biblical texts directly in this foundational unit at Whitley College, that introduces you to both biblical Hebrew and New Testament Greek.
2021 Melbourne Graduation
On the evening of Friday 19 March 2021, the University gathered at St Patrick’s Cathedral in East Melbourne and online to witness the graduation of some 421 students receiving 433 awards.
The challenges of responding to the 2020 crisis
In this video, Anne Lock (Director of WellSpring) and Peter Bentley (Coordinator of Spiritual Formation) chat about the impact of the pandemic on their work in the Wellspring Centre, and how their teaching team and...
2020 Adelaide Online Graduation Ceremony
Congratulations to all our newest graduates! The ceremony of conferring degrees and awarding diplomas and certificates is a time-honoured ritual performed at academic institutions throughout the world. On Friday 4...
UD Academics recognised in 2020 ARPA awards
Three University of Divinity academics have been announced as winners in the 2020 APRA awards: Gordon Preece, Dorothy Lee and Jason Goroncy. Congratulations!
Why research matters: beyond pragmatism
Professor Mark Brett on the importance of rigorous thinking and research, especially in times of crisis.
Why research matters: the ‘F’ word
What’s the ‘F’? ‘Fake news’? ‘Filioque’? ‘Facebook’? ‘Freedom’? or…? In a world of QAnon, Twitterati, and the myriad of social media platforms that masquerade as ‘news’ sources, it probably sounds terribly passé to...
Tips for accessing library resources remotely
The Library Services and COVID-19 LibGuide and this article provide information about currently available library services and maximising your use of available online resources during COVID restrictions.
Arts Religion Culture: Creative and spiritual practices working together for justice in challenging times
ARC is a collaborative community for those who cultivate embodied and just ways of knowing and being through creative and spiritual practices. We do this by connecting and supporting individuals, hosting events...