Integrity Journal Vol 4 (2015)
Students in their fourth year of the Bachelor of Divinity degree at Moore Theological College have the opportunity to research and write a 5 000 word essay in Church History on some aspect of evangelicalism in Australia or Britain (post-1600). The excellent quality of some of these essays has encouraged the Church History Department to seek a way to share the fruits of the research and writing of these students with a broader audience. This is the reason for the launch of the journal Integrity.
The journal seeks not only to provide access to some of these quality essays, and thus commend the work of the contributors, but also to acknowledge that undergraduate research and writing can make a valuable contribution to the field. It is hoped the journal will stimulate current and future students to continue with research after they leave the College.
The reverend turned officer: influences in John Dean’s transition from Methodist ministry to Salvation Army officership in 1883
What was the motivation for Bishops Broughton and Barry in establishing grammar schools?
The impact of the ministry of Rev John Young Wai among early Chinese residents in Sydney
The Great Cause: F. B. Boyce’s Campaign to Abolish Alcohol in New South Wales
The training of men for ministry in the Newcastle Anglican Diocese of Australia from 1847-1860