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Children’s Pastor: Northern District Chinese Christian Church Sydney

Posted: 22/03/19

ND (Northern District Chinese Christian Church Sydney) is a church of four congregations, two English and two Chinese, with a growing children’s ministry of around 100 children. We are looking to employ someone to join our pastoral team to work with our English-speaking children. If you have a passion for children, we want to hear Read more

John Dickson appointed to Ridley Faculty

Posted: 18/03/19

Ridley College is excited to announce the appointment of Rev Dr John Dickson to its faculty as Distinguished Fellow and Senior Lecturer in Public Christianity. Students will receive a significant boost as John teaches on campus and online in a wide range of subjects. John’s approach will bring a ‘public Christianity twist’ to those subjects. Read more

Welcome to Semester 1, 2019

Posted: 27/02/19

Principal, Brian Rosner welcomes everyone to semester 1, 2019  

Admin Assistant: CMS Victoria

Posted: 07/02/19

2 day a week maternity leave position – 12 month contract Are you a naturally gifted organiser with experience in Administration? Are you passionate about delivering amazing events and getting our publications to the right people at the right time? Are you passionate about working with an organisation that wants to see A World That Read more

Exciting Changes for the Ridley Certificate

Posted: 07/02/19

Since we launched our first four Ridley Certificate subjects in 2013, thousands of people have gone deeper in their faith through our Certificate of Bible and Ministry. Today, 13 subjects written by Ridley Faculty and other internationally renowned scholars are available. Subjects range from Bible Overview to Apologetics to specific books of the Bible all Read more

Female Models of faith ‘often left invisible’

Posted: 19/09/18

This article by Anthea McCall was first published in the Melbourne Anglican Newspaper (September 2018, No 573) “You can’t be what you can’t see.“  The need for female models of faith. For better or for worse, most people are not pioneers. That doesn’t mean that they have no potential. But it does mean that they Read more

The man who taught Australia to read the Bible

Posted: 12/09/18

Andrew Judd is Donald Robinson’s grandson, and lecturer in Old Testament at Ridley College. This article was first published by Eternity News (10 September, 2018) If you read the Bible as “one big story” it’s likely you owe that largely to Donald Robinson, a former Anglican archbishop of Sydney who died last week aged 95. Australian Read more

Seeing the Way of the Cross

Posted: 06/08/18

This article, written by Ridley Faculty member, Graham Stanton, was first published in the Melbourne Anglican Newspaper July 2018, No 571 What did last week’s sermon enable you to see? I’m not asking about whether the preacher used an entertaining video clip. Instead I wonder how much our life of discipleship resembles that of Bartimaeus, Read more

Mandarin Outreach Position: AFES Melbourne Uni

Posted: 15/06/18

Expressions of interest are sought for a Mandarin speaker to join the AFES staff team at Melbourne Uni to extend our outreach and ministry to international students. 诚邀说汉语的人士加入澳大利亚学生福音团契(AFES)在墨尔本大学的工作团队,向国际学生传扬福音。 About AFES The vision of AFES is proclaiming Jesus Christ at university to present everyone mature in Him, reaching students at 55+ campuses in every state and Read more

Ridley Women’s Writing Group

Posted: 13/06/18

This article first appeared in Nexus, the Australian College of Theology Research Magazine, June 2018. Written by Jill Firth. We started the Ridley women’s writing group as a response to the question “Why are there no women in my bibliographies?”. It’s a long term project. If we start building up women’s writing now, maybe in Read more

Your Father Knows What You Need – Being Known by God and Prayer

Posted: 07/05/18

The following is an extract from Brian’s new book: Known by God: A Biblical Theology of Personal Identity (Grand Rapids: Zondervan, 2017), pp. 251-53.  It is used with the permission from the publisher. No one finds praying easy.  In Romans 8 Paul himself is realistic about the difficulty of prayer and spells out why praying Read more

Too slow or too fast?

Posted: 08/03/18

This article by faculty member, Rhys Bezzant, was first published on The Melbourne Anglican Website, it is in response to an article published on The Conversation by John Capper. A recent article on The Conversation website asked us why the Anglican Church is so slow in its acceptance of same-sex marriage: “Why, then, is progress Read more

When Billy Visited Melbourne

Posted: 02/03/18

This article written by faculty member, Rhys Bezzant, was first published on The Gospel Coalition Australia website. Of course, it was always going to be a big deal in my social media feed when Billy Graham died. His shadow over conservative Christianity in the second half of the twentieth century was enormous, and his work Read more

Welcome to Semester 1, 2018

Posted: 26/02/18

Principal, Brian Rosner welcomes everyone to semester 1, 2018

Remembering Billy Graham

Posted: 22/02/18

Ridley College today remembers the life and ministry of Billy Graham with great thankfulness as we acknowledge his death at the age of 99. His impact on world evangelicalism is enormous, having preached to more individuals than anyone else in history, with a clarity that came of deep conviction and persistent labour. Our College hosted Read more

New Associate Lecturer

Posted: 04/12/17

Ridley College is delighted to announce the appointment of Rev Andrew Judd to the position of Associate Lecturer at Ridley College. Andrew will join Dr Lindsay Wilson and Dr Jill Firth in teaching Old Testament at college. Andrew is currently a licensed Anglican clergy staff team member of City on a Hill church, having arrived in Melbourne early Read more

God’s Library

Posted: 01/09/17

This article was first published in Eternity Newspaper Number 84,, September 2018 and is adapted from Known by God: A Biblical Theology of Personal Identity published by Zondervan What you find on someone’s book shelf can be quite revealing.  It certainly is in God’s case.  The metaphor of God’s books in heaven runs throughout the Read more

Seven things I wish Christians knew about the Bible

Posted: 01/09/17

This article, written by faculty member Mike Bird, was first published on the Patheos Blog, and printed in Eternity Newspaper Number 71, July 2016. Winner of the 2017 Australasian Religious Press Bronze Award for Best Theological Article. 1. The Bible did not fall out of the sky, bound in leather, written in English. The Bible Read more

Waking up Protestant

Posted: 30/08/17

This article was written by faculty member Rhys Bezzant and first published on the Gospel Coalition Australia website. Sometimes the old guys can forget what it was like to be young. Looking backwards, there is often a clarity about why life turned out like it did, but amnesia about how grey things looked in the Read more

What if Christian Ministry was really Complex?

Posted: 24/08/17

This article was written by Graham Stanton and first published on the Mathew Hale Public Library website. That might seem like a fairly obvious question. If complex means “consisting of many different and connected parts” then of course Christian ministry is complex! There’s preaching and evangelism and pastoral care and morning tea rosters and child Read more

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