St. Paul's Theological Course of Studies

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One of the initiatives that His Eminence Metropolitan Archbishop Paul of Australia has undertaken is to establish a Theological School where our Orthodox Christian faith is taught and the way of salvation is discerned.

First Year Students study: Introduction to New Testament Church History

Final Year Students study: Church Dogmatics Patristics (Teachings of the Holy Fathers)

For enrolment in the course please fill in an Application Form, and send it to Archimandrite Nabil or Sister Virginia (see contact details below).

New South Wales

Time : Thursday evenings at 7:00 - 10:00pm Location: 8 Henry St, Punchbowl, 2196 Contact: Archimandrite Nabil Kachab Phone: (02) 9319 4456 or 0409-866811 Email:


Time : Wednesday evenings at 7:00 - 10:00pm Location: St Nicholas Church, 176 Simpson St, East Melbourne Contact: Sister Virginia Phone: (03) 9484-2238 Email:

End of 2005 second semester theological classes

The 2005 theological classes of the Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese in Sydney were completed on Thursday, 15 December 2005.

The classes have been offered for the last five years.

Dates for Autumn Semester 2006 Sessions for 2006 resume on 16 February 2006 All classes are held from 7.00pm to 10.00pm Dates are are as follows:-


1 Thursday 16th 2 Thursday 23rd


3 Thursday 2nd 4 Thursday 9th 5 Thursday 16th 6 Thursday 23rd 7 Thursday 30th


8 Thursday 6th Mid Semester Break - Classes to be resumed on 11 May 2006


9 Thursday 11th 10 Thursday 25th


11 Thursday 1st 12 Thursday 8th Topics to be offered 1 Biblical perspective on the marginalised - Dr Annie Hope 2 The Apostolic Fathers - His Eminence Paul Saliba We have been blessed to have Professor David Frost and his wife, Dr Mangala Christine Frost, as some of our past lecturers. We thank them for their kind and shining assistance.