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Thoughts on theological eduction in New Zealand and Australia

A couple of recent postings from around the web on theology and theological eduction in Australia and New Zealand:

As he heads on down to Christchurch, Peter ponders Anglican Down Under: A shake up for theological education in NZ?.

And Jason points to Neil Ormerod’s Why universities welcome theological colleges – Eureka Street across the ditch, and some of the changes there.

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  1. The “Mormon” (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints) school is closing next year in New Zealand. But they have a great theological program for young people who are in High School, so it doesn’t make sense to also run a church-owned school at the same time. I hope there will soon be a BYU (Brigham Young University) in Israel as there is in the USA (three!), England and Israel (a branch of BYU in each country).

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