Moore College: The People Who Listen - Paper 6
The Moore Theological College School of Biblical Theology in 2019 explored the theological foundations of biblical preaching. Each day started with a model sermon by an experienced preacher, followed by a combined seven lectures designed to stretch those already engaged in preaching ministries.
In this paper, Director of the Priscilla and Aquila Centre at Moore College Jane Tooher, explores the corporate nature of hearing God’s Word preached.
Since 1856, Moore College has been providing in-depth theological training in order to prepare men and women for Christian ministry and mission. It is based in Newtown, Sydney. Moore College’s vision is evangelical and international, training gospel workers in multiple denominations and various locations.
The College’s role is expanding. There are enormous opportunities for outreach, church planting and fresh theological course development in new and emerging nations. Students come to study from a wide range of church and cultural contexts, for enrolment in diploma, graduate and postgraduate courses. In turn, graduates serve in over 100 locations, throughout Australia, South-East Asia, China, Africa, Europe and South America.
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