Trends in Theological Education at St Francis Theological College, Brisbane (1975'2010): A Participant-Observer Report.

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Abstract

In 1975 Greg Jenks commenced as a student at St Francis Theological College in Brisbane. He is now the Academic Dean of the College. In the thirty-five years that have passed since 1975, Greg has observed and participated in the changing academic arrangements as the college has adapted to trends in the wider higher education environment. This paper draws on his insights as a student, a sessional lecturer, a member of faculty and as academic dean to offer a participant-observer report on the recent history of the college.
Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationFrom Augustine to Anglicanism
Subtitle of host publicationThe Anglican Church in Australia and Beyond.
EditorsLindsay Henderson Marcus Harmes, Gillian Colclough Gillian Colclough
Place of PublicationToowoomba, Qld
PublisherAugustine to Angliocanism Conference/Anglicans in Australia and Beyond
Pages133-145
Number of pages13
Edition11
ISBN (Print)9780646528113
Publication statusPublished - 2010

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    Jenks, G. (2010). Trends in Theological Education at St Francis Theological College, Brisbane (1975'2010): A Participant-Observer Report. In L. H. M. Harmes, & G. C. G. Colclough (Eds.), From Augustine to Anglicanism: The Anglican Church in Australia and Beyond. (11 ed., pp. 133-145). Augustine to Angliocanism Conference/Anglicans in Australia and Beyond.