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The Sydney College of Divinity (SCD) is an ecumenical cluster of colleges, which allows research candidates in the Graduate Research School to experience a rich diversity of scholarly and theological viewpoints. This strengthens the candidate’s own ability to think incisively across the academic disciplines and to reflect in a nuanced and appreciative manner about scholarly viewpoints and methodologies sometimes vastly different to their own.
We seek to produce scholars whose theological research reflects the highest academic excellence and who also exhibit its deep impact upon their character in their academic, denominational and professional leadership, as well as in the spiritual formation of their communities.
The candidate’s research is conducted under the careful oversight of professionally in-serviced, well published, and experienced supervisors and associate supervisors. Supervisors provide consistent and reasonable support to help students at every stage, from formulation of their research projects through establishing methodologies and discussing results, to presentation and possible publication of dissertations.
April 20, 2020
The Theology Research Network, established under the leadership of Prof Ormerod, exists to promote theological research within the SCD. It draws together scholars from the diverse theological disciplines and provides them with a forum and focus for theological research.
February 13, 2020
The book, arising from the papers delivered at the 2016 Sydney College of Divinity Annual Conference, explores in an ecumenical context the legacy of Romans from a variety of perspectives (ecumenical, historical, exegetical, social, and philosophical).
February 11, 2020
Novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) factsheets provided by the Australian government Department of Health for students and staff.
SCD Official Graduation Day
7th August 2021
There is no Ceremony on 7/8/2021
2021 SCD & ACT Faculty Workshop
12th - 13th August 2021
2021 Centre for Gospels and Acts Research Biennial Conference
30th September - 1st October 2021