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In 2017, Ridley College will commemorate the great events of the Reformation, which began five hundred years ago when Luther posted the 95 Theses on the door of the Castle Church in Wittenberg. Through public lectures, tours, conferences and publications, there will be stimulating theological and pastoral reflection on a great turning-point in the history of the church.
Celebrating the English Reformation
Anglican Institute Lecture – Peter Adam
Graduation and Commissioning
Faith & Work Award Dinner
Hosted by the Marketplace Institute & Ethos
Ridley Theology Conference
“Martin Luther, Pastoral Theologian” – with Ron Rittgers (Valparaiso University, USA) Mark Thompson (Moore College) and Rhys Bezzant (Ridley College).
Reformation Tour for Students – triennial opportunity to discover the sights and significance of the Reformation in Germany and Switzerland
June 28-July 11
Reformation Tour for Friends – a new initiative to introduce the continental Reformation to friends of the College – Click for details
Leon Morris Lecture
by Lynn Cohick
Evangelical Women in Academia
Day seminar with Lynn Cohick
A Theology of the Family of God
Public Lecture with Amy Peeler
Semester 2, 2017 (17 July- 3 November)
Launch of online unit “Reformation in Europe and Britain” – featuring lectures filmed in Germany, Switzerland and England – for degree students of the A.C.T.
Annual Preachers’ Conference “By Faith Alone: Preaching Romans” – keynotes Ray Galea and Mike Bird. More information and registration of interest.
Marketplace Institute Lecture
by Mark Stephens
New College Lectures “Personal Identity” by Brian Rosner held at the University of New South Wales
Held at Melbourne Zoo
Discipling Christians in the Workplace
Pastors’ Conference co-hosted by the Ridley Marketplace Institute
Life @Work Conference
co-hosted by the Ridley Marketplace Institute
Gospel Coalition Lectures “Justification in Current Debates” -by Brian Rosner “Luther and Justification by Faith” by Rhys Bezzant at Cross Culture Church, Melbourne