Category: Biblical Studies

Posted by Stephen Kinsella 4 months ago

The Anglican Education Commission, currently operating as Anglican EdComm, was established in 2006 for the purpose of promoting Christian education “by working alongside teachers, facilitating their growth in each stage of their vocation so that Christ is honoured as Lord and Saviour in every school.”

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Posted by Gail Staples 4 months ago

The Centre for Christian Apologetics, Scholarship and Education was established as a ministry of New College in 2002 by Professor Trevor Cairney. CASE aims to provide Christian commentary on social, intellectual and academic issues, and engage people of all persuasions in debate and discussion concerning contemporary issues of broad interest. Many articles could be used across the humanities subjects in Secondary classes.

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Posted 8 months ago

On Saturday May 5, 2018, Anglican EdComm welcomed Dr Donald Guthrie of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Chicago to deliver the keynote addresses at the Christians in Teaching Conference which focused...

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Posted 9 months ago

On Saturday May 5, 2018 Anglican EdComm welcomed Dr Donald Guthrie of Trinity Evangelical Divinity School, Chicago to deliver the keynote addresses at the Christians in Teaching Conference which focused...

Read more about 'Christians in Teaching Conference: Part 1'...

Posted 3 years ago

Chaplains and Biblical studies teachers have a unique and important role within our Anglican schools. If you’re a teacher who needs help writing or developing non-prescribed curriculum or you’re a...

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Posted 4 years ago

Since 2007, the Anglican Education Commission has been promoting, encouraging and supporting people in Anglican schools to ‘do education Christianly’.

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