St. Paul's Theological Course of Studies

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The St. Paul's Theological Course of Studies is the initial program for the development of a diocesan theological school by Antiochian Orthodox Archdiocese of Australia and New Zealand. The studies encompass classes in various aspects of Orthodox Christian theology. The school is currently conducting classes in Punchbowl, New South Wales, Australia. An expansion of the curriculum is planned toward accreditation of the course of studies.


At the end of 2005, the curriculum for the course of studies was still under development, although six semesters of study had been taught by this stage, with topics covering Church History, Introduction to Liturgics, the Old and New Testaments including Background to the Gospels and Epistles, Ethics, and Comparative Religions.

As of 2007, first-year students study Introduction to the New Testament and Church History, while final-year students study Dogmatic Theology and Patristics.

Additional information and applications for enrollment are available on the St. Paul Theological Course of Studies website.

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