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Thousands of books loaned

The BST library has 929 borrowers and more than 12,000 books have been loaned this year. Through the generosity of our supporters, BST was able to buy 341 new books and subscribe to journals and online databases.

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Book release December 2016

Our Deputy Principal’s book, The Righteous Judgment of God: Aspects of Judgment in Paul’s Letters is on sale now. You can pre-order your copy on Book Depository (free delivery) and save 10%.

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Know God’s word; take it to the world

One of our graduates, Sean, who is now an Assistant Pastor to a multicultural Asian community at Sherwood Methodist Church in their English services, is one of the reasons we are so passionate to equip people for contextual ministry and mission to Asian people.

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Serving refugees in Sydney

War-torn Syria has left millions of people displaced who are now seeking asylum in neighbouring countries, Europe and Australia. Just recently I met a Syrian family on one of my visits to a home in Sydney…

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Help people to help others

I was fifteen when I preached my first message at a youth exchange (where two church youth groups attend each other’s church and take the service). I grew up in a Christian family where my grandfather was a minister at the local Methodist church and my father was a lay preacher.

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Serving in ministry

Our students come from different backgrounds and are as young as 17 up to 73.

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Helping to build the church through theological education

In every cartoon story of Road Runner, Wily Coyote uses bombs to stop him – but Road Runner just keeps popping up and makes it to the end! Yay! In 1975 the Whitlam Government was intent on passing a bill requiring all RE teachers in high schools to have theological degrees. This would have effectively…

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The righteous judgment of God

John Coulson is set to publish his book The Righteous Judgment of God, due for release by Wipf and Stock late in 2016.

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Postcard from Nepal

I have never been overseas and didn’t imagine that my first trip would be to the Himalayas. As I was studying at BST in 2015, I was thinking and praying about missions. My New Testament Lecturer Dr Alan Stanley approached me early last year and asked if I would like to travel with him to Sri Lanka.

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LMI Christian exposure in politics

Debates, politics, and exploring the influence of Christianity on policy development is not exactly everyone’s cup of tea. But for me, I thrived on the opportunity to experience all of that as part of a fourteen-week internship with the Lachlan Macquarie Institute (LMI) in 2015.

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