20 March 2018
This is the last day to withdraw from a semester 1 unit to avoid full tuition fee being retained (FEE‑HELP debt or upfront payment).
13 March 2018
Rev Dr Stephen Hultgren will present on the topic ‘A Vision for the End of Days: The End of Mark as Apocalyptic Deferral’. The seminar will be held in Lecture Room 1 at the college from 1.30-2.30pm.
Email email@example.com by 9/3/18 to advise of your attendance.
For more information, go to the research seminar page on our website.
8 March 2018
Lohe Memorial Library are holding a book sale on Thusday and Friday, 8-9 March between 10 am and 4 pm. Cash, cheques and credit cards acceped.
Semester 1 commences
26 February 2018
Semester 1 runs from 26 February to 15 June 2018.
Opening service and lecture
26 February 2018
To celebrate the commencement of the 2018 academic year, all are invited to attend ALC's opening service and opening lecture on Monday, 26 February. The service will be held at 9.00 am and will be followed immediately by the lecture.
30 November 2017
The University of Divinity will hold their Adelaide Graduation Ceremony on Thursday, 30 November 2017 at 7.30pm at Immanuel College Chapel, Novar Gardens. Students from all UD colleges are eligible to graduate at this ceremony.
Specific Ministry Pastors Workshop - Adelaide
4 September 2017
The final workshop run by the School of Pastoral Theology for Specific Ministry Pastors this year, will be held at Australian Lutheran College from 4-8 September. The topic chosen for this workshop is: Preaching Series A. For more information or to register your attendance please contact Larissa Helbig at LCA National Office on 8267 7300.
2017 Fritzsche Oration
18 August 2017
ALC Emeritus Lecturer, Rev Dr Dean Zweck will deliver the address for the 2017 Fritzsche Oration at Australian Lutheran College (ALC) on Friday, 18 August at 7.30pm. His topic for the evening will be, ‘From conflict to reconciliation in the South Land of the Holy Spirit: fruitful dialogue between Lutherans and Catholics in Australia’.
Lutherans and Catholics in Australia have engaged in fruitful ecumenical dialogue for more than forty years, producing eight documents on key theological topics in which there has been serious disagreement since the Reformation of the 16th century. From tentative beginnings as a formal theological dialogue, the relationship soon grew and deepened in mutual respect and true Christian friendship, knit together by prayer and deep study of the Scriptures and the confessional traditions of our two churches. The dialogue team, comprised of theological teachers, pastors, priests and lay persons, has not simply sought theological agreement and consensus at the table but has consistently kept in view the goal of reception by the people of our two churches, both lay and ordained. In recent years the Lutheran–Roman Catholic Dialogue in Australia has been encouraged on its journey by the concept of receptive ecumenism. Ecumenical encounter that truly seeks the unity Christ prayed for his church is a work of the Holy Spirit, who is always bestowing gifts on the whole people of God in Christ Jesus. On our journey to realise the gift of unity, each church can be truly enriched by recognising and receiving particular charisms of partner churches.
All are welcome to attend this event.
The Fritzche Oration commemorates Gotthard Fritzsche as the forerunner of Lutheran theological education in Australia, and highlights the contribution of theologians to the history of Australian Lutheranism. It is an annual event organised in partnership between Australian Lutheran College and the Committee of Lutheran Archives.
Public Lecture: The Modern, the Postmodern and the Lutheran - How Lutheran Christianity can address the 21st century
17 August 2017
Visiting theologian, Dr Gene Veith will present this lecture at the college on 17 August 2017 at 1.30pm.
He is the author of numerous books, including Postmodern Times: A Christian Guide to Contemporary Thought and Culture, The Spirituality of the Cross: The Way of the First Evangelicals, and God at Work: Your Christian Vocation in All of Life.
Book Launch: John Kleinig’s Hebrews commentary
11 August 2017
John Kleinig has described his Hebrews commentary (CPH, 2017) as the most demanding and most enjoyable thing he has ever written, and the culmination of a lifetime of scholarship and pastoral activity. You’re invited to come and celebrate its launch!
The launch will take place at Australian Lutheran College on Friday, 11 August at 3.30pm.
Books will be for sale, and wine and cheese will be provided.
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