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The Journal Archive

Older essays which have been published in our on-line journal. Most are in PDF Format. They are better viewed on a larger screen.

open The Reverend Dr Graham Cole, Formerly Principal of Ridley College, Melbourne and currently Professor of Biblical and Systematic Theology at Trinity Evangelical Divinity School in Deerfield, Illinois, USA
Trinity Without Tiers. Public lecture. [Links to an external audio file]
open Bishop Barbara Darling, Diocese of Melbourne
Sydney and Melbourne Anglicans from 1836 to 2009: Historical and Personal Reflections. Address to the Anglicans Together Dinner, 20 November 2009.
open The Most Reverend Phillip Aspinall, Primate, Anglican Church of Australia
Address to a Public Meeting in Sydney (Christ Church St Laurence hall), Tuesday 15 September, 2009.
open Dr Peter Jensen, Archbishop of Sydney
Sydney Anglicans and the GFC. Letter to clergy, 4 June 2009. (Also see Anglicans Together Newsletter July 2009 edition pp. 1-2.)
open Sr Dr Patricia Madigan op, executive director of the Dominican Centre for Interfaith, Ministry, Education and Research
A talk presented to the NSW Ecumenical Council, Sydney, 25 May 2009. Dr Madigan was awarded a PhD from Sydney University in 2008 for work on similarities and differences in the experiences of Roman Catholic and Muslim women in Australia in relation to their faith.
open The Reverend Dr Bruce Kaye
What does the Lambeth Conference mean for the future of the Anglican Communion and the Diocese of Sydney? Address at the Anglicans Together Dinner, 2008.
open The Reverend Canon Dr Jane Shaw, Dean of Divinity, New College, Oxford, UK
The State of the Communion. Address at the Anglicans Together Dinner, 2006.
open Stuart Piggin
Address at the launch of Kevin Giles' book 'The Father and the Son: modern evangelicals reinvent the doctrine of the Trinity'.
open The Reverend Canon Dr Jane Shaw, Dean of Divinity, New College, Oxford, UK
Stranger than Fiction: Truth and Fantasy in Literature and Theology. Address at the Anglicans Together Annual Dinner, 2005.
open Michael Deasey
Farewell speech as outgoing Director of Music at St Andrew's Cathedral.
open Michael Deasey
Speech to a meeting of ex-choristers of St Andrew's Cathedral, in which the author gave some insight into the ways in which the views on worship of the [then] Dean changed cathedral liturgical practice.
open Bruce Cooke, EcoChurch Coordinator, St Mark's Anglican Church, South Hurstville
Eco-Church: a Model for Faith Communities.
open The Reverend James McPherson
Comment on the Fellowship of Confessing Anglicans.
open Justice Keith Mason
Believers in Court: Sydney Anglicans Going to Law. Cable lecture.
open The Honourable Justice Adams
Reflections on Crime and Punishment. Address at St James King Street, 26 February 2003.
open Bill Lawton
Drawing a Fine Line for Debate.
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Response to Bill Lawton, Drawing a Fine Line for Debate.
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Synod 2003: Report on Proceedings. (Issues include the Primates' meeting on the tensions within the Anglican Communion, Lay and Diaconal Presidency, Freemasonry, and slavery.)
open The Reverend Humphrey Southern
The Impossibility of the Last Word: the Theology of Rowan Williams.
open The Reverend James McPherson
The Missionary Value of Parables: Pastoral Care in Sydney's Post Christian Society.
open Peter Heath
Marketplace Conversations: An Opportunity for Australian Anglicanism in the Global Business Context.
open Stephen Pickard, Head of the School of Theology, Charles Sturt University
Spiritual Life on the Anglican Veranda.
open The Reverend Canon Dr Ivan Head, Warden, St Paul's College, University of Sydney
Sermon, 11 September Requiem Eucharist.
open The Right Reverend Robert Forsyth, Bishop of South Sydney
'Speaking the Truth in Love' Yet Again!: A Response to Michael Horsburgh's Paper.
open Michael Horsburgh
Speaking the Truth in Love? The Search for an Adequate Social Theology. (A response to the 2002 Halifax Portal lecture of the same name, given by Anglican Archbishop of Sydney Dr Peter Jensen.)
open Bishop Graeme Rutherford
Planting Churches on the Central Coast. Address to the Anglicans Together Annual Dinner, 7 August 2002.
open The Reverend James McPherson
Building on a Rickety Foundation. A comment on church planting.
open Dr. Kevin Giles
The Prevailing Doctorine of the Church in the Diocese of Sydney: A Case Study in Spotlight Theology. Paper presented in 1994 at the invitation of Anglicans Together.
open Michael Horsburgh
In Praise of Debate: an Essay to Inaugurate Anglicans Together online.